Irish Give Bush a Cool Reception Many Irish people have a deep, abiding affection for Americans, but public opinion is firmly against President Bush's conduct of the war in Iraq. A recent opinion poll indicated 65 percent of the Irish public did not even want the president to visit for the summit with European Union leaders. Amanda Brown reports.
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Many Irish people have a deep, abiding affection for Americans, but public opinion is firmly against President Bush's conduct of the war in Iraq. A recent opinion poll indicated 65 percent of the Irish public did not even want the president to visit for the summit with European Union leaders. Amanda Brown reports.