Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Truthmatters, May 29, 2007.
he thinks the majority of Americans want the troops to stay in Iraq
"A lot of Americans want to know, you know, when?" he said at a Rose Garden news conference Thursday. "When are you going to win?"
Also in that session, Bush said: "I recognize there are a handful there, or some, who just say, `Get out, you know, it's just not worth it. Let's just leave.' I strongly disagree with that attitude. Most Americans do as well."
In fact, polls show Americans do not disagree, and that leaving not winning is their main goal.
In one released Friday by CBS and the New York Times, 63 percent supported a troop withdrawal timetable of sometime next year. Another earlier this month from USA Today and Gallup found 59 percent backing a withdrawal deadline that the U.S. should stick to no matter what's happening in Iraq.
Let me try this again ...
STOP double-posting your links. You can do all this in ONE (count 'em) post. Post the excerpts from the article in quotes, link it, then provide your editorial.
Now we can get on to the fact that nobody but your fellow libs are going to buy ANY poll from CBS and/or the NYT.
Gunny you told me to post a link in each post where I quote it.
What possible harm does this do and it makes it MUCH easier to check the link?
How about because it's basically spamming and driving your post count higher? Not to mention putting links all over the place, most of which are Wiki's?
Your first post in every thread you start posts NOTHING BUT a link. Then you repost it in a second post with your editorial.
Is that against the rules?
I suppose that would be up to admin, mods, but seems covered under 'Guidelines' now that a mod mentioned it to you.
So Gunny what is it Im not supposed to do?
Not post a link in my first post ,or I need to quote it if I put the link in or I am only supposed to put the link in one time a thread.
Im really not sure what it is you would like me to do from now on.
That posted above
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