One third of the American people wish for our effort in Iraq to fail. Or don't know if they wish it to succeed (see question 19). Not doubt that it will succeed, don't want it to. Ah, patriotism.

A refresher course: patriotism is not blind agreement with your nation's policies, but a love of your country's true good, and it's a duty under the 4th commandment. What precisely is the good these people envision from failure in Iraq?