Daily Revolt

April 27, 2007

Poll: Most Back Congress In Iraq Showdown

The American people obviously favor "cut-and-run":
Sixty-four percent of those surveyed favor setting a timetable for a U.S. troop pullout by 2008. The Senate passed legislation Thursday that would require the withdrawal of U.S. forces to begin by Oct. 1.

They also favor the Democrats "micro-managing" the war over this incompetent commander-in-chief:
Most also believe Congress, not the president, should have the final word on setting troop levels in Iraq. But they do not want Democrats to cut off funding for the war if the president is unwilling to agree on a timetable.

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