THE WEAPONS MANUFACTURERS POLLS FAVOR WAR AGAINST SYRIA
Obama Constituency Overwhelmingly Supports War with Syria http://dissidentvoice.org/2013/08/obama-constituency-overwhelmingly-supports-war-with-syria-2/#more-50419
Despite a Reuters/Ipsos poll
showing that only 9% of Americans support military intervention in
Syria, the White House today assured the public that a more recent and
reliable poll leaves no doubt that the President’s constituency favors
The poll was conducted by Defense Industries Systems Information,
Inc. (DIS Information). It shows that 99.9% prefer increased U.S.
military intervention. The poll has a .1% margin of error. DIS
Information spokesperson Lyon Daly spoke to this reporter about the
polling methodology and findings.
Lyon Daly: We use the same scientific polling
methods as Reuters/Ipsos, but our job is to come up with results that
support what our clients and the President want to hear without
compromising quality. It’s very similar to the way the press provides
facts without informing the public, and we even provide many such
Barb Weir: How do you do this and still maintain methodological integrity?”
LD: The Reuters/lpsos poll used all Americans as its
base, whereas we used all constituents. Elected officials are much more
likely to listen to their constituents than to random Americans.
BW: Who are these constituents? Can you provide us with a few subjects to interview?
LD: Of course. Here is a short list, and we can provide more, if you like:
Jabhat al-Nusra Friends of al-Qaeda
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
Kellogg, Brown and Root, Inc.
Saudi Arabian King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz al-Saud
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Qatar Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani
BW: But Mr. Daly, these are corporations, the Israel lobby, a terrorist organization and Arab monarchs!
LD: Of course, Ms. Weir. As I told you, we polled the President’s constituency, not the American public.
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