Wednesday, September 10, 2008

BBC: Big-Headed British Crazies

"The BBC has come under fire for wasting thousands of pounds in taxpayers money on a 'meaningless' global survey about who people want to be the next US president.

Corporation chiefs have been criticised for spending an estimated £55,000 on an international poll of more than 23,000 people about the American elections.

Citizens from 23 countries were contacted by a polling agency hired by the BBC World Service to find out if they favoured Barack Obama or John McCain.

But the move has created anger from critics who claim the entire project is a massive waste of time as it is only the views of Americans that matter."
-- Paul Revoir, allowing me to see common sense actually exists somewhere, like The Daily Mail.