I love that you have such a fine grasp on how to post images. They are very creative and mature. I'll bet you have dozens just stored away for speacial occassions.
I went to your same source and found this:
The mail survey, conducted Nov. 14 through Dec. 23, is the third annual effort by the Military Times to measure the opinions of the active-duty military on political and morale issues. The results should not be read as representative of the military as a whole; the survey’s respondents are on average older, more experienced, more likely to be officers and more career-oriented than the military population.
I'm sure you overlooked that part....oopsTroops sound off
Military Times Poll finds high morale, but less support for Bush, war effort
Published: January 5, 2006
Approval of the president’s Iraq policy fell 9 percentage points from 2004; a bare majority, 54 percent, now say they view his performance on Iraq as favorable.
Support for his overall performance fell 11 points, to 60 percent, among active-duty readers of the Military Times newspapers. Though support both for President Bush and for the war in Iraq remains significantly higher than in the public as a whole
, the drop is likely to add further fuel to the heated debate over Iraq policy.http://www.militarycity.com/polls/2005_main.php
Less doesn't mean none...... Try again
I didn't know this debate about Michael Moore was based souly on his movie SICKO. Yes....you did ask me that specifically and I do believe I said I hadn't seen it. Being the mother of 2 and working 40 hours a week doesn't give me much time to waste on things I have no real interest in. Sorry to disappoint you. I will be the first to say I am no expert on this man and his life story. I would like to know why it is you think Fahrenheit 911 had no connection to what I said. Here's a couple links just incase YOU haven't seen it.
It presents a critical look at George W. Bush, his presidency and the War on Terrorism. The documentary has another theme of criticizing the American corporate media for being "cheerleaders" for the war in Iraq, and not providing an accurate and objective analysis of what led to the Iraq invasion and the resulting casualties there.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrenheit_911
Moore brought up his lingering questions on 9/11, which are a clear departure from the 'government negligence' picture he painted in his film Fahrenheit 9/11, released some three years ago.
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/ju ... 7Moore.htm
Hmmm....sorry I have no silly cartoons to post to go along with this to better get my point across