More bad news for the big government “war is lost” cut-and-runners…
Far left Senator Barack Obama once said that genocide would not be a reason to keep US troops in Iraq. Unfortunately for this Iraq War-basher, most Americans disagree.
A vast majority of Americans now understand that the Iraqi people are better off today than they were under mass murderer Saddam Hussein…
And, they give George W. Bush the credit.
Here is more on the latest FOX News poll:
Despite its contentious history, most American voters appear to have made a positive judgment about the country’s efforts in Iraq. Almost six in 10 (58 percent) voters think, overall, the United States “did the right thing” by going to war, according to the latest Fox News poll.
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A little over one-third of voters (35 percent) take the opposite view — that the U.S. “did the wrong thing” by becoming involved militarily in Iraq. From a partisan perspective, there is still division — as 54 percent of Democrats think the U.S. did the wrong thing in Iraq, while only 14 percent of Republicans feel the same way. A slim majority of independents (52 percent) think the U.S. did the right thing in Iraq…
An even larger share of voters (71 percent) expresses some level of agreement with the view that the Iraqi people are better off today because of the U.S.-led action
, while 19 percent disagree.
There is somewhat less partisan difference on this issue, as 58 percent of Democrats agree Iraqis are better off after U.S. involvement. Both Republicans (91 percent) and independents (65 percent), express higher levels of agreement.