But Will The Democrats Listen?

America is practically at consensus on Iraq.

More Americans than ever before, 77 percent, say the war is going badly, up from 66 percent just two months ago. Nearly half, 47 percent, say it’s going very badly.

While the springtime surge in U.S. troops to Iraq is now complete, more Americans than ever are calling for U.S. forces to withdraw. Sixty-six percent say the number of U.S. troops in Iraq should be decreased, including 40 percent who want all U.S. troops removed. That’s a 7-point increase since April.

The war continues because the Democrats are not standing up to Bush. They had a choice earlier this year, and they blinked and spit in the public’s face. The war can end if the Democrats do the right thing, Bush and the Republicans are a lost cause.

Send them a bill with a timeline to end the war. If he vetoes it, send it back.
Send them a bill with a timeline to end the war. If he vetoes it, send it back.
Send them a bill with a timeline to end the war. If he vetoes it, send it back.
Send them a bill with a timeline to end the war. If he vetoes it, send it back.