More bad news for McCain: Americans want troops home from Iraq


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Sep 3, 2007
Washington state
On the heels of Obama's successful historic trip comes a new Rasmussen poll saying that 52% of Americans feel bringing the troops home from Iraq is more important than winning the war. Only 38% think winning is more important.

Throw that in with the fact that 66% think a President Obama is at least somewhat likely to bring the troops home in four years, but only 34% think that is likely if McCain is elected, and you have good news for Obama, bad news for the war happy John Songbird McCain.
Every one who is going to vote for Obama has already voted for him in the Democratic primaries. At this point in the 1988 primary season, Michael Dukakus had a 20 point lead in the polls. Now he is known as Michael who?

By nominating Obama with an overwelming black vote, this will be the first election in American history decided by tribalism. Issues won't even be an issue. Look around the world. Every election that is decided by tribalism is won by the majority tribe.

Watching the democratic party shot themselves in the foot is really getting old. By nominating the only candidate who could not possibly unite the democratic party, we have once again snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.