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Poll: GOP support for Iraq war beginning to wave

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posted on Jun, 27 2007 @ 06:53 AM
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Poll: GOP support for Iraq war beginning to wave


www.cnn.com

Thirty percent of Americans polled say they favor the war, the lowest level of support on record. Two-thirds are opposed.

Anti-war sentiment among Republican poll respondents has suddenly increased with 38 percent of Republicans now saying they oppose the war.

Moreover, 63 percent of Americans are ready to withdraw at least some troops from Iraq. Forty-two percent of Republicans agree.
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posted on Jun, 27 2007 @ 06:53 AM
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My word if the trends that in this poll continue the people that continue to support wont be able to trump out the old propaganda that the American political left and not coalition leaders are responsible for the coalition failure in Iraq. Since there own kind appear to be turning against the war such propaganda wont even hold any weight any more.

Polls like this one also spell trouble for most of the 2008 Republican presidential candidates who support the continuation of the war in Iraq. Its looks like that support for the war in Iraq will be a liability for the Republican candidate in 2008.

IMO People should at least support finding ways of preserving democracy in Iraq away ideas like partitioning Iraq along tribal lines need to be looked at more closely either that the US military needs to be expanded ASAP.

If if it was your freedom on the line would how would you feel about people who wanted to end the war ?
Even if Iraq doesn't exist in its current form any more the Islamic extremists have to be defeated and democracy must prevail. Iraq isnt the battlefield I would have chosen fighting the enemy in Urban areas isnt a very smart idea but now that the coalition is in Iraq the enemy must be defeated.

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[edit on 27-6-2007 by xpert11]



 
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