Saturday, July 16, 2005

Attack on U.S. Inevitable --Americans Unconcerned

A clear majority of Americans are unconcerned about terrorism, even though most think such an attack is inevitable- says a new Associated Press-Ipsos poll.

And while just less than one in five Americans say that their terrorism concerns greatly affect their lives, there are more Americans unconcerned about themselves or their families being hit by a terrorist attack.

Concerned about self or family hit by terrorist attack:

A great deal, 9% Not at all, 26%

How much does this concern affect how you live your life?

A great deal, 17% Not at all, 19%

Likelyhood of a terrorist attack on U.S. buses, trains or subways?

Could be prevented 36% Inevitable, 57%

Weighted telephone interviews with 1,000 adults from July 11-13.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If there is an "anti terrorism exercise" within your area, then it is time to worry.

3:03 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the U.S. doesn't host another big "Terrorist" act (possibly blamed on Iran), then how else can Bush, Blair, and the globalists restore The Draft, attack Iran, and enact Patriot Act IV?

Or are they going to just boil us slowly with "mini" Terrorist attacks in other countries?

(And why is it getting so warm in here?)

6:28 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's obvious that we're all in a world-wide Skinner conditioning box desperately pushing levers while hoping for a dues ex machina. However, as any good behaviorist knows, if there are no rewards after approximately 50 pushes, the subject stops pushing. Therefore, of course we're going to be treated to more "rewards" i.e, "terrorists' attacks" until our andrenalin wears out, or the Hero appears on the scene. Then again, maybe our sadistic tormentors will just tire of the game.

6:16 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or, as my late father used to say about some occurances, "There's not a damned thing I can do about it."

8:44 pm  

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