Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Majority of Military Families Cant Stand Bush Either

Close family members of U.S. troops are split on whether the Iraq invasion was a mistake, and 55% disapprove of President Bush's job performance, according to USA TODAY/Gallup Polls focusing on immediate relatives of servicemembers.

"They've maxed out on the troops. You've got guys who are over there on their fourth or fifth tours. It's ridiculous," says Jeanette Knowles, 40, of Mountain Home, Idaho, whose brother, Jeff, served a tour in Iraq with the Oregon National Guard.
Every day a few more light bulbs go off in the head of the American public regarding the unmitigated disaster that lives in the White House. One encouraging sign is the steady increase in the families of members of the military who now realize what a mistake it was to illegally invade and occupy a country that did nothing to the United States.

Keep waking up, Sheeple.

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