Tuesday, December 12, 2006

More Than 600,000 People Had To Die To Get Us Here

Most predict the administration won't implement the bipartisan commission's proposals, however. And fewer than 1 in 5 have "a great deal" of trust in Bush to "recommend the right thing" for the United States to do in Iraq.

Confidence in Democratic congressional leaders to chart the proper course is even lower, at 14%.
By 76%-22%, those surveyed say Iraq is in a civil war. The White House disputes that characterization, calling the conflict part of a global battle against terrorism.

CT: With what you know now, what might you have done differently in Iraq?

DR: I don't think I would have called it the war on terror...

But don't expect anything to change. Word is, Bush wants an escalation and some nutcases are suggesting that Bush should bomb Iran during his final days in office. I guess the idea is to trash the dorm on the way out, so others will have a big mess to clean up.


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