Should we pull out now?
Sometimes I get upset about the way the media reports things. I have a hard time believing their polls and quotes and so on. I would love to know which troops Zogby interviewed to get these results:
I conducted my own informal survey of random people I work with daily. You can hear the results for yourself, uncensored and spin free. They differ significantly from Zogby’s findings. I have no idea what he had to do to scrounge up his numbers. He certainly didn’t call those soldiers during their family dinner hour. Anyway, hear for yourself what some people on the ground think about pulling out now.
I am not confused about why I am here. Read a few previous entries in this blog if you doubt me. I conducted my poll mainly to retaliate for biased reporting from silly people with an agenda that baffles me.
In the long run, it doesn’t matter what American troops favor anyhow. We aren’t the elected decision makers for national security policy, we just carry it out. If what we’re told to do is moral and lawful, we do it. Most of us, I think, believe what we’re doing in Iraq is both lawful and moral, so we do it, even when we are having a bad hair day.
By the way, decent human beings working together to make Iraq a better place rescued the remaining Christian “Peacekeepers” who were being held hostage.