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June 30, 2005

Little red lies

I know, the Zogby poll is everywhere, but I want to focus on one tiny factoid:

Impeachment is overwhelmingly rejected in the Red States—just 36% say they agree Congress should use it if the President is found to have lied on Iraq, while 55% reject this view.

So well over half the voters in Republican states think it’s perfectly OK for Bush to have sent 1,739 (and counting) troops to their deaths in a war built on lies.

Something tells me the Republicans are not going to get the military vote in 2008.

Posted by Stephen at 11:49 PM in War | Permalink | TrackBack (1)

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