Wednesday, September 21, 2005

American People Have Different Idea on How To Pay for Katrina

An AP-Ipsos poll found that:

"Given a choice in the survey, 42 percent favored cutting spending on Iraq to pay for relief efforts on the Gulf Coast, and 29 percent wanted to delay or cancel Republican tax cuts. That's a whopping 71 percent backing options that Bush doesn't even have on the table."

And that:

"Just 11 percent of respondents favored reductions to other domestic programs like education, welfare, transportation and health care. A slightly higher number, 14 percent, said they favored adding to government debt and gradually paying it back."

Bush just is not on the same page as the American people.

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