What I want to know is why he found it surprising more people would prefer to be in protective of a neighbor, a business partner and just fellow human, even if they have different color.
Rasmussen asks Americans which other countries we ought to be ready to defend by arms. A majority says there are five.
Canada I get, and Britain. “Israel has U.S. support even if it makes the first move,” the pollsters report, with 51% saying we ought to help out if the Israelis do the world a favor regarding Iran’s nukes. World War II is so over, at least as far as a willingness to defend Germany.And -- this surprised me a bit -- a majority say we ought to defend Mexico if it’s attacked.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
We Should Be Carpetbombing Them Instead
Patrick McIlheran found an unusual survey done by Rasmussen, but was even more perplexed by the results (emphasis mine):