I can't believe these poll results

Published on May 6 2007

Rasmussen Reports™: Poll Results
Democrats in America are evenly divided on the question of whether George W. Bush knew about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in advance. 35% of Democrats believe he did know 39% say he did not know 26% are not sure Overall, 22% of all voters believe the President knew about the attacks in advance. A slightly larger number, 29%, believe the CIA knew about the attacks in advance.
Why oh WHY do people believe that there was specific prior knowledge of 9/11? Is it paranoia? What is it?

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If you use Firefox for a browser, it has a builtin spellcheck. I've been trying to find a WP plugin for comment spellcheck, but too lazy to search very hard, lol.
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K
Man, I've got to start using spell check! It looks like I may be dsylexic, dyslxeic, dyslexic. Actually just I'm just a lousy typer. :)
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K
Oh come on MAd? Its all propganda! You know how it goes. If you tell a lie often enough and consitently enough, the lie becomes the truth. As a result people believe it. Its that simple. Communist dictatorships use this technique all the tme nad it worrked great for them. If the left keeps blasting their horn about how Bush knew about the 911 attacks often enough, then people eventually begin to believe it. BTW, polls are just like computers, garbage in garbage out. The statistics are only as good as the source data and the manner in which it is analyzed.
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1. People believe what they think is right. Someone once said, "The way to truth is the will, not the intellect."

2. People tell polls think they sometimes don't really believe. That's why I don't place much confidence in polls.

The CIA knew beforehand about the attacks, yet were wrong on WMDs? Right.
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