Murtha Plan More Popular Than Bush Plan
Opposing the president's plan to send more troops to Iraq: two out of three Americans.
The Post-ABC poll found that 53 percent of Americans favored setting a deadline for troop withdrawals. Among those who favored a deadline, 24 percent said they would like to see U.S. forces out within six months and 21 percent called for the withdrawals to be completed within a year. ...
Growing numbers of Americans also favored withdrawing U.S. forces even if civil order in Iraq has not been restored. The poll found that 42 percent favored keeping troops there until order is reestablished, while 56 percent said the troops should be redeployed to avoid further U.S. casualties, even if the sectarian violence is continuing.
Rep. Murtha's congressional colleagues (and critics) may find it easier to support his proposal after reading this:
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