The War in Iraq: Annoying Sayings

Most annoying assertion by looney left wingers: "Most of the country was against the war in Iraq"


1. Because it's piffle. The UK was split about 50/50 most of the time.
2. Because George Galloway asserts this lie all the time.

Poll 1

Poll 2

Poll 3

I mean let's face facts here, it all depend's who's doing the poll. No surprise the Guardian & The Mirror has poll's supporting their anti-war stance.

5 Responses to “The War in Iraq: Annoying Sayings”

  1. # Blogger Renegade Eye

    I found your blog surfing.

    I support the war against clerical fascism, and I'm a lefty. Galloway is a fake leftist.

    The situation is so bad, even if you support the war, things look bleak.


  2. # Anonymous jamal

    The word "WAR" in "War on Terro" is quite and annoying. Its not a war but an illegal invasion.

    "Iraq a haven for terrorists", "insurgents" and "regime change" also disgust me. USA and UK have no right to this when they woulde be terrorists and insurgents themselves if you really wanted to compare, and many in the UK would like some level of regime change by the way Blair represents the people.  

  3. # Blogger jonz

    Its not a war but an illegal invasion.

    Riiiiight. LOL this is coming from the guy that want's to impeach Blair! Jamal you're fringe politics are quite amusing! Keep it up!  

  4. # Anonymous Anonymous

    The polls are *not* asking whether the interviewees approved of the policy to go to war in this first place. There was never anything like a majority in favour of going to war, in fact it was about 10% at times.

    oh, and btw, Poll 1 and Poll 2 are actually the same poll ;)  

  5. # Blogger jonz

    Eh? 10%? What planet are you on?!

    The ICM poll for the BBC Newsnight programme shows that 48 per cent thought taking military action was the right thing to do, while 43 per cent said it was wrong.

    48% - thats about half the population ;)  

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