Baffling CNN Poll Results

75% of those who believe the Democrats would do a better job managing the war also believe the Democrats do not have a clear plan for resolving the situation. Talk about the blind leading the blind!

How can anyone possibly believe the Democrats could manage the war better when they know the Democrats have no clear plan? The reality is that they cannot even manage their party’s platform message. Which is easier, stating a unified party platform or managing an on going war with all the flux and challenges the war demands?

The Democrat leadership is in shambles. Democrats scramble daily to provide a consistent message but point in fact are a party of kaleidoscopic collisions where each DNC “leaders” opinion collides incongruously with all other DNC “leaders.” They are the Great Divided Party.

Note that 32% still believe the myth that Bush “deliberately misled” (euphemism for lied) them about Iraq & WMD. Such have chosen to disbelive the three independent investigations exonerating the Bush Administration of any such guilt. Why? What lame excuse or evidence do they claim that provides credence to dismiss the findings in these investigations?

Hard core Dems appear to be operating in a data free environment and have a strong aversion to facts. Just one of the many reasons I cannot support the Democrat party, a party which has lost its way.

Nearly half of those polled said they believe Democrats would do a better job of managing the war — even though only a quarter of them said the opposition party has a clear plan for resolving the situation.

Question: In view of the developments since we first sent our troops to Iraq, do you think the United States made a mistake in sending troops to Iraq, or not? 57% yes. 42 % no.

Question: In general, how would you say things are going for the U.S. in Iraq: very well, moderately well, moderately badly, or very badly? 60% badly. 38% well.

Question: Do you think the Bush administration deliberately misled the American public about whether Iraq has weapons of mass destruction, or not? 67% no. 32% yes. Source

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Posted on March 14, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Well, just maybe the answer to the disconnect between “Dems doing a better job”and “Dems having a plan” is that what the people want is a change; a clean sweep; some new faces. Bush has locked himself in and has no where to go but repeat his inane cheerleader stuff. And he doesn’t want to change either. Not even his handlers to give a fresh spin on his last two years.

    Get ready for a ride over the next two years as the Dems get braver and the GOP get scared..

  2. Grey_Sells, your point that people want “a change” is well taken.

    But why must that change be the Dems instead of new Repubs?

    From my viewpoint, only the Repubs have plans and a positive vision and direction, while the Dems are CryingCrats, whose only contribution is to whine and wale incessantly. If all that the Dems campaign upon is “change” it isn’t nearly enough for me to cast my lot with them. It has to be far more than that, and I just don’t see it.

    The Dems have no leadership, no vision, no direction, no unity, no common platform, no war plan, no economic plan, nothing, which inspires hope or confidence.

    They are a Party of Perpetual Pessimism, why would I (or anyone for that matter) vote for that

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