World's Biggest Terrorists...

november 15, 2006

Here's an interesting poll...People in Britain, Canada, and Mexico (three countries with close ties to the U.S.) were polled about who they thought were the biggest threat to world peace... And the winning terrorists are...

And... Does that surprise anyone?  It probably surprises the half of the country who voted for Bush.
In Britain, 91 percent said they considered bin Laden a great or moderate danger to peace, while 78 percent said that about Bush.  In Canada, bin Laden was seen by 88 percent of the people surveyed as a great or moderate threat, followed in order by Kim (86 percent), Ahmadinejad (77 percent), and Bush and Nasrallah tied at 74 percent. Eighty-three percent of Mexicans ranked Bush as a great or moderate threat, putting him behind only bin Laden at 88 percent.  Majorities in Britain, Canada and Mexico — 69 percent, 62 percent and 57 percent, respectively — said U.S. foreign policy has made the world more dangerous since 2001.