5/18/07 Radio Your Way....Fri May 18, 2007 21:41
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AIR AMERICA ... The Randi Rhodes Show 1480 AM Phx AZ
LOTS OF GOOD STUFF IN THE ABOVE AUDIO'S. ENJOY!
"I sat with a woman at a club last night. "
She was in great shape for 57; we drank a bit, had a
bit of a conversation & she asked if I'd ever had
the Sportsman's Double: - a mother and daughter
I said no.
We drank a bit more, then she says that tonight was
my lucky night. I went back to her house.
She put the hall light on and shouted
upstairs..."Hey mom, are you awake?'
AMERICANS NO LONGER SUPPORT THE BIG LIE
"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent , for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension , the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.": Joseph Goebbels / Hitler's Minister of Propaganda
There can be no doubt that the TRUTH is the greatest enemy of the Cheney/Bush administration and their mid term election campaign of FEAR can only be defeated by thoroughly exposing their blatant lies ~ starting with the truth of the political, economic and military consequences of our illegal war and occupation of Iraq.
This is no time to be silent because the American people no longer support the big lie and opposition to both the war and Bush is at an all time high ( see enclosed latest Polls )
Tom Regan, Christian Science monitor, lays out the latest poll numbers including the startling finding that Sixty percent of Americans also say terrorism is more likely in America because of the war with Iraq.
Allen L Roland
Polls show opposition to Iraq war at all-time high
Sixty percent also say terrorism is more likely in US because of Iraq.
By Tom Regan | csmonitor.com
A series of polls taken over the last few weeks of August show that support for the war in Iraq among Americans is at an all-time low. Almost two-thirds of Americans in each of three major polls say that they oppose the war, the highest totals since pollsters starting asking Americans the question three years ago.
Many of the polls were conducted in advance of the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on Washington and New York.
A new Associated Press/Ipsos poll that surveyed the country, and more specifically residents of Washington and New York, shows that many feel the cost in blood and money in Iraq may already be too high and that Osama bin Laden will never be found.
The poll also showed that 60 percent of Americans believe that the war in Iraq has increased the chances of a terrorist attack in the US.
"I think there's a fatigue about the price of doing these activities," said Robert Blendon, a specialist in public opinion at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. "There's also a concern about the competency of how well we're doing them."
Some of the divisions are from political differences. For example, Democrats are twice as likely as Republicans to think the cost of the terror fight may be too high and twice as likely to think Iraq is making terrorism worse.
And this comes when the nation has gone five years without an attack ~ possibly making the terror war seem less urgent to some.
Popular support for the war on terror helped neutralize opposition to the Iraq war for a long time, said political analyst Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute. "Now the negative effect of Iraq is dragging down support for the war on terror," he said.
On the question of which political party can do a better job of protecting the US, both parties lost support since an April poll. But in another sign of trouble for the Bush administration, the AP/Ipsos poll also shows that more Americans believe the Democrats will do a better job than Republicans, 47-40 percent.
A new CNN poll shows that only about one-third of Americans now support the war in Iraq, with 61 percent opposed. Fifty-one percent of Americans see President Bush as a strong leader, although he doesn't do well in other areas of the survey.
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