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NewsCenter 13 Poll: Rebuilding Iraq Should the U.S. be solely in charge of rebuilding Iraq (WI.)
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Posted on 04/07/2003 12:28:45 PM PDT by quietolong
Should the U.S. be solely in charge of rebuilding Iraq?
Link to poll
TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; US: Wisconsin; Your Opinion/Questions
KEYWORDS: iraq; war
Some people are like blisters......They show up after the work is done!
Yes the good old USA should be in charge of rebuilding The UK can help too.
If they want cheep oil let them put some money in to help ( back to .25/ga gas for us.)
No pain No gain!
Lets take a look at UN/US involvement:
Korean police action - Not a win
Vietnam police action -loss
Iraq 1992 - Well were Back there arent we
Lets now look without the UN
Afghanistan- On its way to a win ( If we keep the UN & Rats out)
Iraq 2003- On its way to a win.....................
There are more wins...But lets not make the list too long!
One other interesting fact. All those losses had a D in the White House. Plus those big ones WWI WWII
Link to Poll
I say that in a spirit of reconciliation, we should let the French provide the hors d'oeuvres.
Let us know how the poll results went. They aren't posting them on the website.
posted on 04/07/2003 12:31:49 PM PDT
Hey, this is a TV station in my old home town!!
posted on 04/07/2003 12:31:58 PM PDT
by alley cat
They put the numbers up tne next day on web sight and on there 10PM news
Will put numbers up then
FREEPED and a bump!
I have some leftover contact paper and some extra rug protectors that I will donate.
posted on 04/07/2003 12:40:23 PM PDT
by Lee Heggy
(Tastes like chicken.)
I can't vote in this because certainly the Brits and the Aussies deserve a hand, as well as any other nation that helped us with airbases, flyover rights, etc. Just keep the French, Belgians, Russians, and Germans out.
I agree with the Brits and the Aussies having a hand. That's all. No pain no gain.
But there was no 3d button and I'm more yes then no.
To: governsleastgovernsbest; My2Cents; alley cat; conservativecorner; Lee Heggy; ...
The numbers are
You know something? These numbers sound pretty solid in terms of public opinion. Thanks for the update.
posted on 04/07/2003 10:50:03 PM PDT
I think the wording kept it from being higher.
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