Thursday, May 27, 2004

Most Americans express dismay about the abuse of Iraqi detainees by U.S. soldiers, and the nation divides on whether the Bush administration sought at first to investigate the scandal — or to cover it up.

Yet more than six in 10 also see these incidents as isolated, and say they should not cost Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld his job...

Twenty percent in this ABCNEWS/Washington Post poll say he should resign, while many more, 69 percent, say he should retain his position. Even most Democrats — hardly the administration's fondest fans — say Rumsfeld should stay.
Er...except that wouldn't be including the Democrat leadership to include John Kerry's website, or Al Gore, or Nancy Pelosi and assorted unnamed (by the media) Democrats or, Congressman Rangel and Senator Tom Harken, a waffling Hillary not to mention the Old Gray Lady

Now...remind me again, who is out of touch with America?

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