Americans siding with Democrats on Iraq policy
Original post made by Albert, Duveneck/St. Francis, on Apr 25, 2007
In addition, a nearly equal number believe that victory in Iraq isn't possible, and about only one in eight think the war has improved in the three months since Bush called for a troop increase there.
"They don't see the surge working," says Democratic pollster Peter D. Hart, who conducted the survey with Republican pollster Neil Newhouse. Instead, they are saying "we need to get out."
With those opinions, it's perhaps not surprising the poll also shows that the Democratic presidential front-runner who opposed the Iraq war from the start Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill. has gained ground on Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., who voted to authorize the war and hasn't apologized for it, despite her increasingly antiwar rhetoric.
And the candidate whose fortunes seem to be tied the most to the situation in Iraq Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. continues to trail former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani by double digits.
Bush has no right to continue the war in Iraq when an overwhelming majority of the American people oppose his war. Unless he terminates this war immediately, the Congress must remove him for office. A majority of the American people now support the impeachment of Bush and Cheney and the Democrats must follow their lead.
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