Now it turns out that the majority of people who live here do support the war; it's the teach-in sponsors who were so out-of-touch they didn't know they were out-of-touch.
What's more, since so much antiwar information proliferates here in the left-leaning end of the west, and most people are pro-war, you could deduce that the antiwar arguments aren't particularly compelling.
True, those who support the war aren't as loud as the protesters. Then again, being pro-war isn't something to whoop about. War is a solemn responsibility, and those who support it should have the good grace to do so reluctantly.
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