Central Colorado Springs
What do you think of President Bush's refusal to meet with Cindy Sheehan? He has already met with her before. I just think it became politicized. The thing is, her son died. It's unfortunate. We shouldn't have gone in there in the first place.
Polls are generally showing declining support for the war. What do you make of the polls? There's 1,800 people dead and thousands of people with their appendages missing from blasts. So, yeah, support is going to go down.
Why are we in war in Iraq? The new Crusades. We're the new Romans (laughs).
What do you think of Bush's decision not to meet with Cindy Sheehan? I think it is bullshit, and you can quote me on that. He's not taking responsibility for all the deaths. He's got no exit strategy. It's costing millions of dollars every day to be over there.
What is your opinion about opinion polls showing waning support for the war? We should have never gone there in the first place. It's against our Constitution to do a pre-emptive invasion of another country.
Why are we in Iraq, from your perspective? To support Halliburton (laughs).
What do you think of the president's refusal to meet with Cindy Sheehan? To be honest, if I was Bush and one person came down to me and said, "I want a meeting with you," I would be like, "Maybe later. Right now, honest to God, I don't have the time to meet with you and have you yell at me, because I have this war in Iraq."
Polls show that there's declining support for the war. It's because we've been over there so long. How are we going to make this country over there so much better when you've got homeless people sitting on the streets here, and jobless here, and the health care system here sucks?
Why do you think we're in Iraq? I honestly don't know anymore. I really don't. I think we're over there to make a better country -- to stop the fighting, hopefully.