Survey: Bush Not That Upset, Really
A headline announced that President Bush was upset about a report that U.S. Marines allegedly killed two dozen Iraqi civilians in an unprovoked attack last November. An opinion poll conducted by the Stillwater Tribune asked citizens exactly how upset they thought Bush was by this untoward incident.
Twelve per cent of poll respondents answered that Bush and American conservatives care as much about the unprovoked massacre of a bunch of Iraqi civilians as they do about the sky-rocketing price of a gallon of gas.
An astonishing eighty-eight per cent of those surveyed believe that Bush was less upset about the alleged murders than he was about a possible delay in the release of the “Complete Season One of the Flintstones” on DVD.
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