Americans Increasingly Frustrated With Bush Iraq Policy
Anger is up, pride is down, worry continues, and hopefulness - while still present - is in shorter supply. Those are among the changes in Americans' emotional responses to the situation in Iraq, compared with the early days of the war in March 2003.
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds the sharpest change is in anger. As the war began, 30 percent of Americans were angry about it; today, asked about the situation in Iraq, 57 percent are angry - almost twice as many. Anger is highest - 70 percent - among the roughly half of Americans who think that, given its costs versus its benefits, the war was not worth fighting.
Tuesday, May 25
Why Does America Hate America?
Remember when the wingnuts loved to label liberals as angry? Well, America is now in touch with its inner fury - thanks to King Wingnut.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 10:01 PM