So many GOP scandals, so little time. So let's change the subject and talk about polling. From Scott Rasmussen:
At this early stage of Election 2008, the public is siding with Democrats on the key issue of the day—Iraq. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Likely Voters either want to bring home the troops from Iraq immediately or have a firm timetable for withdrawal. In the showdown over the Iraq funding bill, most Americans favor the legislation passed by Congress. Fifty-two percent (52%) oppose a Presidential veto. Looking down the road, just 33% of voters now believe history will judge the U.S. mission in Iraq a success. Forty-three percent (43%) of voters believe that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should resign.Fifty-seven percent (57%) favor raising taxes on the wealthy.
Of course, the main topic there is the Hillary vs Obama horserace, but that's of less interest this early on. For those who care, Obama has moved ahead in polling, though Craig Crawford thinks in the end it's all about who has bigger cojones on terrorism.
Remember, what's good for America is good for the troops. What's on your mind?