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Cheney on the Polls

In an interview with ABC News in Oman, Vice President Cheney said it does not matter that a majority of Americans believe the Iraq war was not worth fighting, saying the administration would be undeterred by "fluctuating" opinion polls. Surveys over the past three years have shown steady oppositon to the war. Here's the dialogue between Cheney and ABC News correspondent Martha Raddatz:


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