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August 10, 2007

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Katie,

It is good to see that those in the administration are at least using the word accountability now.

I'm not a Bush hater (fairly agnostic towards politics), so take this for what it's worth -- but I can't believe that 73 percent of anyone in the middle east have favorable attitudes towards our country. Hatred towards us and our programs just continues to grow in that part of the world.

As you wrote, who knows about the methodology for this study...or even if these figures just came out of thin air.

Cheers

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