Thursday, October 8, 2009

Poll Results – 10/8/2009

Here  are the results of our most recent poll.


And here are your comments:

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From Allison on October 5, 2009 at 3:46 pm. 

More people would rather convict and jail the Bush Regime and regulate Wall Street than bring their sons and daughters home from Iraq? We are a sick society.

From Vigilante on October 4, 2009 at 11:08 pm. 

Gr8 poll! Maybe do an IRV ballot?

From Annette on October 2, 2009 at 8:52 am. 

It is not up to President Obama to convict Bush and others.. that is up to AG Holder.. so that is a bad question.. and not really a valid selection. I think the Clean Energy should be his next fight. He has already stated what he wants done as far as Wall Street regulation and now Congress has to do something about it.. but he has to push the Senate now to get the ACES bill passed.

Wall  street regulation had a clear plurality.  We had one Republican who actually wants forced worship.  Unfortunately, the two that voted other comment on what other was.

Annette, most of the items on this poll are up to someone other Obama.  Obama seems to have told Holder to limit investigations.  Your choice, for instance, is up to Congress, not Obama.  Obama can use the prestige if the Presidency to facilitate or delay any of these choices, so I have to disagree with you.  It’s as valid to include as the others.

Vig, thanks!  I’m not aware of any polling widgets for Blogger that support IRV.  That’s what I’m doing through a series of short polls.  If you know any that support IRV, please let me know,

Allison, I’m sorry you feel that those who disagree represent sickness in our society.  I wonder how many lives will be ruined if Wall Street is allowed to collapse our economy again.  I wonder how many will die in the next Iraq if politicians do not have an example that starting wars of aggression based on lies, and committing war crimes and crimes against the Constitution have consequences.  Different people have different priorities, and everyone has a right to their opinion.

For the record, I voted to regulate Wall Street.  Unless corporate power is curtailed, no real reform is possible anywhere.

There is a new poll up now.  It’s the same as the old poll minus this week’s winner.  If you want to vote for something not on the list, please choose other and comment on what other is.

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