(quote) Bernie-645443 said: This was an attempt to chart public sentiment on the utility of the investigative committee. The sample is tiny, self selected , very shaky in many ways. It would be interesting to see what the established national outfits find on this. IF these numbers run the same nationally, will some begin thinking of a replay of the Goldwater-Scott pilgrimage of 1974 ? ( the good stuff is in the second half ) http://townhall.com/columnists/kevinmccullough/2014/05/11/benghazi-what-real-dems-really-think-n1836454/page/2
Yes, the good stuff is in the second half. I can hardly believe that so many
democrats feel that way.
It made me think that if Benghazi is something that we as Americans know
about, imagine what the Government does behind our backs that we are
left in the dark about. And I am sure that is the stuff that worries a lot of us.
Jay Carney is so arrogant. I think that is why he got the job.
So, Bernie, thanks for the info. But give me your honest opinion. If there
are so many Democrats who make so much sense about the Benghazi issue,
then how can so many reasonable people ever have voted for a man who
had almost no political experience to begin with, to run a country with as many
problems and complex issues as America had, and was in the middle of two
wars, and this candidate had no military experience to boot?
That does not make any sense.