Poll: Most doubt Dems have plan for Iraq
Welcome to reality, Democrats. It's always easier to complain from the outside than it is to execute from the inside.
Though voters apparently embraced the Democratic mantra of changing course in Iraq, a majority of the public did not detect a clear Democratic blueprint for ending the war. Fifty-seven percent of all adults in the AP-Ipsos poll said Democrats do not have a plan for Iraq; 29 percent said they do. The poll of 1,002 adults has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.
That finding strikes at the heart of a Democratic dilemma. The party has been of one voice in criticizing President Bush's strategy for the war but has been more equivocal on how to move in a different direction.
For the sake of our country, I hope you do the right thing. History will be the final judge.