On "The Situation Room" today, we asked viewers the following questions, and here are some of our favorite responses that we didn't get to read on air:What does it mean when our closest allies think President Bush is a greater threat to world peace than either North Korea or Iran?
It means that the world is already hip to what the mid-term polls are telling us today is the attitude right here at home. President Bush is a dangerous man, with attitudes and abilities unfit for the times and certainly for the job.Tom, Bellevue, Washington
And can you really blame them. The world has come to distrust us and hate President Bush and for good reason. Bush's exercise in nation-building through invasion is bearing its bitter fruit although he has no plan to disengage our troops. The Founders created a system of checks and balances designed to prevent any branch of government from seizing control over the other two. On November 7th, we can begin the process of rebuilding our international status.Robert, Tavares, Florida
It means that the world thinks Bush is as nuts as that whacko from North Korea.Bob, Fall River, Massachusetts
It means that they are more astute than we are.Judy, Coppell, TexasWhy would Congress shut down the office that's reporting on fraud and waste in Iraq?
Jack, You act surprised. I'm not surprised at all. Congress does what it wants, we all know that.Mary, Story City, Iowa
I think what offends me the most is that these dangerous fools in Washington think that the average American is so damn stupid that we would believe this reasoning. We see through everything they say and do! Now we have to get out there and prove how really smart we are by voting them out!Judi, Purlear, North Carolina
Congress, fraud and waste all in the same sentence. Gotta be a first.Tom, Toronto
Jack, It's simple really. There's so much waste in Iraq that the paperwork must be overwhelming. And we all know that this Congress doesn't like to do anything. They barely even showed up to work this year.Matt, Mesa, Arizona