Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Things are way too busy at work. But there’s always time for some good reading.

Here are some you should all check out:
Medved: The Essence of Liberalism: Embracing Life's Losers
MR: The Credit Snobs

Also check this Gallup poll about the "most important problem" facing the US. Of course the focus is on the huge preoccupation with Iraq… But what I think it’s really amazing is that table that shows “Issues Previously Mentioned by 10% of Americans or More (Jan. 2001 to present) “

1% of people worry about crime (from 10% in Oct. 2002)
Another 1% of people worry about energy (from 12% in May. 2001)

Most surprising of all, only 5% worry about terrorism (from 46% in Oct. 2001)

I don’t want to sound callous, but it seems to me that Iraq’s importance is completely inflated and out of proportion…

1 comment:

solitarioh2005 said...

Of course: The Iraq issue is inflated by the media.
Deaths in iraq , 2006- 822.
US traffic deaths , 2005 :
43 200.
The liberal media declared war to the US presence in Iraq.

As you did point out in a previous post USA today headlines give portray iraq in a negative light