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Monday, August 06, 2007

Latest poll shows growing support for Iraq war policy

Following up on the NYT/CBS poll that showed America's support for the war was inching up, then showing that the NYT conducted that poll TWICE because they couldn't believe, or didn't want to believe, the outcome of the first one, coming back with the second set of results that confirmed the first set, we have seen a number of articles dealing with that process, (Thanks Dave In Boca!!!), we now see another poll, conducted by USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, reconfirming the previous poll.

America's support for Iraq is, indeed, growing.

USA TODAY's Susan Page reports that President Bush is making some headway in arguing that the increase in U.S. troops in Iraq is showing military progress.

In the latest USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, taken Friday through Sunday, the proportion of those who said the additional troops are "making the situation better" rose to 31% from 22% a month ago. Those who said it was "not making much difference" dropped to 41% from 51%.

As the situation on the ground in Iraq improves and as the American people start seeing this, their support rises, because they are starting to understand that Harry Reid was wrong when he stated the infamous words "Iraq is lost" and Americans desperately want to win the war on terror.

We said that although that first NYT/CBS poll showed support only starting to inch up, this follow up poll by USA Today/Gallup confirms that as we see more and more progress, the American people see, what members of the hard left refuse to see, and that is success can be had.

But since good news for Iraq is bad news for those that have completely invested themselves in America's failure, we see them get louder, shriller and more irate every time good news comes out of Iraq.

Why would they position themselves in a way that every bit of good news from Iraq, is bad news for them, to the point where they are starting to panic?

It is very sad to see that a group of people from our very own country are actively wishing for us to fail, even going as far as to refuse to listen to testimony when it reports progress in Iraq.

What does that say about them?

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