When asked, “Given that 8 out of 18 bench marks are met, what should America do?,” 54% responded give the surge a chance, 36% says set a time to withdraw, 18% wants partition, and 9% wants other. Gen. David Petraeus is expected to give his progress report next month. Following his report, there will be another we poll.
The surge has reduce the violence in Bagdad, but the violence spreaded to other parts the country surge result A treaty Between Iraq and Syria could bring the violence could be going down in other parts of the country as well Iraq's/Syrian border pact Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and their Syrian counterparts signed an agreement last Tuesday to bolster security along the border, which US military officials say is the crossing point for most of the foreign fighters in Iraq. Now let’s see if Maliki can make the same deal with Iran. If he can, the surge in Bagdad, along with both border pacts, could bring down the violence in Iraq.
This military solution could buy time for political solution. Please join me in showing support for President Maliki, our troops, our allies, and our mission to reduce the violence in Iraq and providing peace in the Middle East.