This from Bluegrass Report:
"Tuesday, February 13, 2007
"USA Today/Gallup Poll: Americans Wants Troops Out Of Iraq By End Of 2007; Blame Senate Republicans For Lack Of Debate
"It's astounding that the Republicans just don't get it. The American public wants out of Iraq. Now. And they overwhelmingly blame Republicans for preventing debate on the war in the Senate:
"From the just released USA Today/Gallup poll:
"By a 60% to 38% margin, Americans oppose Bush's surge plan;
"By a 57% to 40% margin, American favor a cap on troops in Iraq;
"By a remarkable 63% to 35% margin, American want a timetable for withdrawal by the end of 2007;
"By a 51% to 19% margin, Americans blame Republicans for the failure to debate the war in the Senate.
"Will they listen?
"Posted by Mark Nickolas on Tuesday, February 13, 2007 at 08:23 PM in Bush Administration, Congress, Iraq, Partisan Politics Permalink "
Kenneth Stepp says bring the U.S. troops home from Iraq. Republicans Hal Rogers and Mitch McConnell way keep the U.S. troops in Iraq, and stay the course on the U.S. military occupation of Iraq. In 2006, 74% of the Kentucky Fifth District voters voted to "stay the course" and keep U.S. troops fighting in Iraq. Kenneth Stepp predicts U.S. troops will remain in Iraq for the next two years, because of the high level of support the "stay the course" officeholders have received from the voters of Kentucky.
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Well, of course they will listen, the good public servants that they are. They will pull the troops right out of Iraq any minute now ... and ship them directly to Tehran.
A month from now, we'll be wishing for mere missing limbs among our troops, who by then will be dying slow agonizing deaths from radiation poisoning.
Posted by: DemforChange Tuesday, February 13, 2007 at 09:16 PM
Demfor: a grim assessment. Wish I could say with certainty that you're wrong.
But I can't.
Posted by: Rich Miles Tuesday, February 13, 2007 at 09:40 PM
"Blame Senate Republicans For Lack Of Debate"
Let's be more specific. Blame their leader, Addison Mitchell McConnell, Jr.
Posted by: jaytn Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 09:32 AM
Of course they won't listen as they're too busy getting ready to ramp up gay marriage, gay bashing, gay this, gay that and throw on a little abortion here and little abortion there and there you are. Forget about all the issues facing us and most all of which have been caused or largely contributed to by our great President and his cabal--let's get down to gay bashing. Oh, and thank God the Rev. Haggard completed a 3 week sex identity bootcamp run by a bunch of ministers and he has now proclaimed that he's hetero for life. Praise Jaysus. Lord, help us we are in deep, deep trouble.
Posted by: victory Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 02:47 PM
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