Q- "Do you think Iraq actually had banned chemical or biological weapons right before the Iraq War started in March, or not?"
Americans: 1/29-30/04 Yes-55% No-32%
Dogsh^t: Of course not. All indications are that these types of weapons were destroyed in the 1990's. Besides, leftover weapons from the first Gulf War would have been well past their shelf life by the time of the most recent invasion. No weapons of this type were found by the UN weapons inspectors prior to the invasion, and every last shred of so-called "evidence" of these weapons has been thoroughly discredited.
Q- "Do you think Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq was DIRECTLY involved in planning, financing, or carrying out the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, or not?"
Americans: 1/29-30/04 Yes-49% No-39%
Dogshit: Are you kidding me? If the Bush Corporation could provide even one shred of evidence to support this idea, they could have easily drummed up international support for the invasion. Obviously George W. Bush is not the sharpest marble in the bag, but even he knows that their is absolutely no connection whatsoever. In fact he even stated that fact clearly and openly in a recent press interview.
On the plus side for the American public, most Americans do not believe that the "war with Iraq has made Americans safer from terrorism", 52% do not compared to 41% that do believe they are safer a a result.
In addition, the Newsweek poll shows that 51% of Americans corectly think that the Bush Administration "Purposely misled the public about evidence that Iraq had banned weapons in order to build support for war", as compared to 41% who do not.
Dogsh^t was disgusted by the ignorance of the American public, and refused to answer any more questions.