Has Eric Holder been an effective Attorney General?

With the announced resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder it is important to as whether he was effective in the job in order to better evaluate the needs of the department going forward.  If h

 

A new poll suggests that a majority of Americans oppose putting U.S. troops on the ground to fight ISIL. Where do you stand?

I support U.S. involvement, but no troops on the ground
66% (2 votes)
I support putting U.S. troops on the ground
33% (1 vote)
The U.S. should stay out of the conflict entirely
0% (0 votes)
Not Sure
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 3
 

If Rouhani and Zarif had a free hand would the nuclear negotiations with Iran be further along to a positive resolution?

The Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has the final say in all matters in Iran and is seen by many to be the main stumbling block to any deal that could be possibly made in the P5+1 talks.  Thus Rouhani

 

Who do you blame for inaction on immigration reform?

 

Has the United States embraced the Karmic Lessons of 9/11?

This is a repost of a blog I wrote September 11, 2002: The Karmic Lessons of 9/11

No America has failed to learn the horrific lessons of 9/11
50% (1 vote)
Yes - America is moving in the direction of global brotherhood and stepping back from her hegemonistic ways
50% (1 vote)
I disagree with those who continue to blame America for 9/11
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 2
 

If you were President of the United States, what would you do about ISIS in Syria?

Not Sure
66% (2 votes)
Ground Troops and Airstrikes
33% (1 vote)
Nothing
0% (0 votes)
Airstrikes
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 3
 

Should the United States Government reevaluate its policy of not paying ransom to terrorist groups?

We now know that the terrorist group ISIS demand ransom for journalist James Foley. They later killed him because the ransom wasn't delivered and for the recent bombing of ISIS forces in Iraq.

Yes
60% (3 votes)
No
20% (1 vote)
Not Sure
20% (1 vote)
Total votes: 5
 

Do you support the airstrikes in Iraq ordered by President Obama?

Obama announced on Thursday night, after a lethal, coordinated offensive threatened not one, but two horrific outcomes:

Depends
33% (1 vote)
Yes
33% (1 vote)
No
33% (1 vote)
Not Sure
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 3
 

What letter grade would you give #obamacare

B
33% (2 votes)
C
33% (2 votes)
16% (1 vote)
F
16% (1 vote)
A
0% (0 votes)
D
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 6
 

Hillary Inevitable?

Yes
66% (2 votes)
Not Sure
33% (1 vote)
No
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 3
 

Can we declare the "Great Recession" over?

The economy added 288,000 jobs in June while the unemployment rate dropped to 6.1 percent, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

Yes
100% (1 vote)
No
0% (0 votes)
Not Sure
0% (0 votes)
Need more data
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 1
 

Do you think threatening Facebook posts are protected under the First Amendment?

No. It's harassment
100% (2 votes)
Yes. People need to be held accountable
0% (0 votes)
Not Sure
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 2
 

Should the Democrats field a primary challenge to Hillary Clinton in 2016?

“We don't need a primary.  Let's just go to post with this thing.  We don't want to fight with anybody over anything, Long time Clinton Supporter James Carville

yes she needs a challenge it will make her a better nominee
50% (1 vote)
no Hillary Clinton is the best candidate hands down, there is no need for a primary challenge.
50% (1 vote)
yes Hillary should not run, she is past her prime.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 2
 

During the lead up to the Iraq War what was the "predominant" reason for going to war?

Over the past week or so there has been a re-litigation of sorts over why the United States went to war with Iraq. So I thought I would put it to the people and see what you remember.

Find and destroy "Weapons of Mass Destruction" (WMD's)
100% (2 votes)
Free the Iraqi people
0% (0 votes)
Punish Saddam Hussein for violating the United Nations Security Council Resolutions
0% (0 votes)
All the above
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 2
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