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ISIS: Polling for a Solution

Whether you want to push an unfavorable action, avoid an obvious solution or lack the clarity of conviction the answer seems to be to “poll” until you get the answer you’re looking for. Such is the case in the contemporary world of governance. It’s tantamount to a raffle and symptomatic of a Leadership Vacuum.

In the case of the current matrix, the most current polling data (Reuters) indicates 60 percent of Americans think the U.S. should do more to attack ISIS, but 65 percent oppose sending Special Forces while 76 percent oppose the deployment of Ground Troops. So much for polling where a vacuum of leadership exists.

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