Friday, October 27, 2006

US - Most feel civil liberties not harmed by war on terror

More bad news for the Democrats. Seems America realizes what a danger the Democrats are.

(CNN) -- Most Americans do not believe the Bush administration has gone too far in restricting civil liberties as part of the war on terror, a new CNN poll released Thursday suggests.

While 39 percent of the 1,013 poll respondents said the Bush administration has gone too far, 34 percent said they believe the administration has been about right on the restrictions, according to the Opinion Research Corp. survey. Another 25 percent said the administration has not gone far enough.

Asked whether Bush has more power than any other U.S. president, 65 percent of poll respondents said no. Thirty-three percent said yes. Of those who said yes, a quarter said that was bad for the country.

That's 59% who say the President is about right or needs to go further and 65% say the Bush does not have more power than other Presidents. These are huge numbers and destroys the left's Hitler theme.

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