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June 11, 2007


a Gallup poll in March found that only 21% of Americans think Libby should be pardoned.

So it's only the neocon central, the op-ed pages of the WSJ, the WaPo and Byron York's rag that's completely out of touch with what 'convicted beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury of one's peers' means in America.

It also means that of the 33% of Americans aproving of Bush's performance, less than 2/3rds of them would approve of a pardon for Libby. That gives me some confidence that Bush will reach 21% before long.

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