Thursday, September 22, 2005

Domestic crises sap Iraq support

Opinion polls are showing that Americans support for the occupation of Iraq is waning and most now think we should spend more money on hurricane reconstruction and less on Iraq, according to the CSM's Tom Regan.

Unfortunately for Bush, his foreign policy team has bungled Iraq's reconstruction badly and how he's running out of time and money to build a sustainable democracy there.

1 comment:

eBohn said...

Unfortunately for the Iraqis, and for the US in general, our foreign policy's momentum in mistaken directions probably won't change much even with Bush and his lackeys out of office.

But yes, let us heal our wounds at home.