Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Lack of WMDs in Iraq confirms Americans' beliefs that there were WMDs in Iraq

Well, apparently, another year of there not being evidence of WMDs in Iraq has caused 14% of Americans to change their minds about whether Iraq had them when we invaded in 2003, as a recent Harris poll shows that the percent of Americans who believe that is up from 36% to 50%.

64% of those polled also believed Saddam had "strong ties" to al Qaeda.

Congratulations media and public relations industry, you've out marketed reality.

Everyone else, welcome to Fairy Land.


Anonymous said...

Maybe it has something to do with this:


Anonymous said...

Or this

Hume's Ghost said...

Yes, that's exactly the sort of thing I expect responsible for the jump in believers.