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Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Poll Shows Majority Of Americans
Want Gitmo Kept Open

The Left loves legislation based on poll popularity, right? The Left cites polls all the time when it favors something they want and they use the findings of said poll in order to support their legislative and political agenda.

So, it will be most entertaining to hear how The Left reacts to a recent USA Today-Gallup poll showing an overwhelming number of Americans think Gitmo Prison should NOT be closed. Miami New Times:

    According to a new USA Today/Gallup poll Americans overwhelmingly oppose the closure of the Gaunatanmo [sic] Bay detention camp by 65%. Only 32% favor closing the base down.

    54% said they would actually be upset if the base closed, and 74% oppose its closure if it meant moving some of the inmates to the respondent's state of residence.

USA MacPaper-Gallup says by a 3 to 1 margin, Americans DO NOT WANT Gitmo terrorists and enemy combatants to be relocated to prisons in the continental United States. USA MacPaper:

    By more than 3-1, they oppose moving some of the accused terrorists housed there to prisons in their own states.

    [...]

    In the survey, Americans were inclined to accept the argument by Cheney and former president George W. Bush that the detention center had made the United States safer. By 40%-18%, they said the prison had strengthened national security rather than weakened it.

What Americans want will not interfere with Barack Hussein Obama, Junior's plans to usher Fascism into the United States.

Oh, and hey - Pbama Cultists - you're part of the 32 percent crowd who love the terrorists and hate America...32 percent. Remember how you called anyone who disagreed with your fucked political ideology a "32 percenter?" Well now...you are now part of a percentage that is rendered irrelevant. How does it feel when Karma comes back and bites you in your pathetic asses?

©2009

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Comments:
Is it me, or pretty much everything kenyan president Obango Hussein Junior believes is the exact opposite of what most americans believe?

Most americans are pro-life. Obango isn't.

MOst americans deslike islam. Obango doesn't.

Most americans want gitmo open. Obango doesn't.

Most americans reject "gays rights". Obango endorses them.

The list goes on and on.

How did this guy managed to become president if his views are not shared by the majority of americans? I guess it worked well for him to run pretty much alone for president.
 
Mats,

Yes, I think you are correct in the different belief systems of average American and Pbama.

He stole the election with ACORN's help. And he lied about everything. The latest is on taxing the amount your employer pays for your health care.

McCain advocated such a thing and CANDIDATE Obama said he was against it. Today we find out he considers it a good way to raise revenue.
 
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