New Poll: Americans Feel Less Safe After 15 Years of War

We were told that we had to attack Iraq because the Saddam Hussein government made us less safe. We were told we had to bomb and kill Gaddafi in Libya because his regime made us less safe. Ditto with the Taliban in Afghanistan and Assad in Syria. Now. 15 years after 9/11, Americans are seeing through the endless wars that have lasted through the Bush and Obama Administrations. Trillions spent, untold thousands killed, societies destroyed, people displaced. A new poll sponsored by the Center for the National Interest and the Charles Koch Institute has found that Americans feel less, not more safe after a decade and a half of war. We are reaching the critical mass where Americans begin to demand a change in our interventionist foreign policy. More on the encouraging poll in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

One thought on “New Poll: Americans Feel Less Safe After 15 Years of War”

  1. Homeland Security and Safety are just euphemisms used by a state entity more concerned with its sloppily glued together, grotesquely over bloated, bastard agglomeration of people and things we’ve come to know as “Empire” than it is with any reality affecting its own people.

    It’s inevitable the hubris would lead to nemesis and then blithely charge ahead into senescence.

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