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Stephen –

This poll result might help explain some of the confusion …


WASHINGTON, D.C. Oct 21 – Three out of four self-described supporters of President George W. Bush (news - web sites) still believe that pre-war Iraq (news - web sites) had weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or active programs to produce them and that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) provided “substantial support” to al Qaeda, according to a new survey released here Thursday. Moreover, as many or more Bush supporters hold those beliefs today than they did several months ago, before the publication of a series of well-publicized official government reports that debunked both notions.




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Subject: Re: Opinions of an Egyptian American


"While I can understand your point of view on Vietnam (and some of the
similarities to Iraq), there's one big difference between 1966 and now - the
Viet Cong didn't take down the WTC."  T. William (Bill) Allen


Excuse me? Did I miss something or is it really true that Iraq was responsible for the distruction of the WTC on 9/11?

Stephen Macie, P.E.