Dec 17 2005

US Majority Say “Stay The Course”

Published by at 2:03 pm under All General Discussions,Iraq

A strong majority of Americans are backing the completion of our efforts in Iraq and are rejecting the democrats cries to cut and run at all costs:

A solid majority of Americans oppose immediately pulling U.S. troops out of Iraq, citing as a main reason the desire to finish the job of stabilizing the country, an AP-Ipsos poll found.

Some 57 percent of those surveyed said the U.S. military should stay until Iraq is stabilized, while 36 percent favor an immediate troop withdrawal. A year ago, 71 percent of respondents favored keeping troops in Iraq until it was stabilized.

The level of support will grow back to a range closer to the previous levels as Americans see that the liberal Chicken Littles have the wrong plan. American wants to win at any cost, liberals want to cut and run at any cost.

They already are the big losers. I cannot understand why they need to pad their lead.

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One Response to “US Majority Say “Stay The Course””

  1. Snapple says:

    I am watching Bush discuss pre-war intelligence on Iraq. I wish he would speak out more.

    Some turkey just asked how long we would have “unchecked power of the president.”

    Bush really let him have it.

    He is just telling it like it is.

    He is explaining that the terrorists were dangerous before we went into Iraq. They didn’t become dangerous because we went into Iraq.

    He is saying that people complained because the government didn’t “connect the dots” before 9-11. And he is saying that the Patriot Act lets them “connect the dots.”

    He is doing a great job. He should do this all the time.