AF&O Poll of the Week

Take part in the poll! A bit late thanks to work, but it’s finally time for this week’s AF&O Poll. The question involves the controversial statements of Dubya Bush’s former treasury secretary: Is Paul O’Neill is telling the truth that the Bush gang’s plans to target Iraq predate the September 11 attacks?

The results broke down like this:

Talk about a landslide: 61 percent of those who participated said, “Yes, and this proves that the Bushies are power-mad liars.”

Next, 30 percent said, “Doesn’t matter – whenever the Iraq attack was planned, it was still the wrong thing to do.”

And we finished up with a tie: Four percent each said “No, O’Neill is just whining for attention and revenge.” and “I don’t know.”

Thanks to all who took the survey for taking part here at Free Speech Central.

Time for our new question, and this is getting into the realm of speculation: In honor of the Dr. King holiday…. ponder a bit and let us know what you think: Do you believe Martin Luther King Jr., would have been in favor of affirmative action?

Tell us your opinion! Cast your vote in the AF&O Poll of the Week. You’ll find it in the purple box in the sidebar to the right. And tell your friends and colleagues to participate — we want to get a wide range of views.

You can only vote once. Results will be available next Sunday, work depending.

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