Friday, August 03, 2007

Dems split on the war

Looks like the Dem caucus is split over whether they want the US to win or not:

The Surge is working. The initial success on the field by the American army is splitting the Democratic caucus in the House between those who want to Lose At Any Cost and the Weathervanes Who Follow The Polls.

Those polls are bad. Only 3% of Americans approve of the Democratic Congress’s handling of the war. Bush is at 24% in this category. Overall, Bush has better poll numbers than the Democratic Congress.

Rank-and-file Democrats already are worrying about the fate of all incumbents in 2008. They see the shift in public support. 42% now think the war was a good idea, up from 35% in May. These Democrats are tacking back. Read More.


Ray said...

The Dems split is beginning to evidence itself as "cracks". Check out what happened late last night in the House. House erupts in chaos

Ron Ballew said...

Your right. And what happened in the House is but a foretaste of what is to come. Polls are beginning to show that opposition to the war is turning, especially in light of the seeming success of the surge.