But so do a lot of candidates. Its part of politics.
Really, who really believed that we could bring all the troops home? We'll have troops there 10 years from now.
Casualties went down, offensive operations came to a close.
I find it ironic that is Clinton supporters like myself who said all during the primaries that Obama supporters were starry eyed dreamers, and that Obama was setting himself up with them when he didn't close gitmo, legalize gay marriage end all wars, cure hunger ... all in the first 100 days ... that are now pulling for Obama the most, and offering the most support / defense.
Liberals? Where are they? Peeing and moaning about nosense.
It is time for a real gut check on this side and for people to ask how much power they want to hand back to a Republican party that is way farthur to the right today than it was under Bush / Delay, etc.
It hasn't beenn 4 years and we are already back to where the left was in 2000 ... peeing and whining and handing an elections to Republicans. Remember there wasn't a "dimes worth of difference" between Gore and Bush. Reminder all those on the left that said that ... and stayed home or voted Green?
I supported Hillary Clinton, and didn't not care an ounce for Obama. But I have to admit he has done a great job, probably better in many ways than Clinton could have done.
The guy seems to be handling the problems of the day better than most would, and he seems to be checking off the campaign promises.
The same could be said for Democrats in Congress.
So I think it is time to throw the support behind them all, fire up the energy, take it to the Republicans, and make sure that the Republicans don't get control of the House or the Senate and put the brakes on and obstruct obstruct obstruct.
Imagine the hearings and the nonsense and petty bs if the Republicans had the power to call hearings? Nothing would get done. NOTHING.
Besides it is FUN kicking Republicans ass in November.