An overwhelming number of people say critics of the Iraq war should be free to voice their objections — a rare example of widespread agreement ab
August 25, 2005

An overwhelming number of people say critics of the Iraq war should be free to voice their objections — a rare example of widespread agreement about a conflict that has divided the nation along partisan lines...read on

The full frontal assault on Cindy Sheehan doesn't seem to be working by the extreme right. When ninety percent go one way or the other on a particular topic that's a pretty powerful indication of the overall feelings in America. In this case the "right to dissent" wins out and over the curtailing of free speech in our society.

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