Memo to John McCain and Lindsey Graham:


Your ridiculous scapegoating of Barack Obama for the current situation in Iraq seems not to be catching on with most Americans, as we see HERE:



Republicans have hammered President Obama in recent weeks for the unraveling security situation in Iraq, arguing that he should have left some American troops behind in the troubled country. But a poll released Monday found that Americans widely disagree with the GOP.


The latest national survey from Quinnipiac University showed that 58 percent of American voters believe Obama’s decision to withdraw troops in 2011 was the right thing to do.


Conversely, 61 percent said that George W. Bush’s decision to invade in 2003 was the wrong thing to do. Fifty-one percent of voters blame Bush for the current calamity in Iraq.



 

Memo to John McCain and Lindsey Graham:

Your ridiculous scapegoating of Barack Obama for the current situation in Iraq seems not to be catching on with most Americans, as we see HERE:

Republicans have hammered President Obama in recent weeks for the unraveling security situation in Iraq, arguing that he should have left some American troops behind in the troubled country. But a poll released Monday found that Americans widely disagree with the GOP.

The latest national survey from Quinnipiac University showed that 58 percent of American voters believe Obama’s decision to withdraw troops in 2011 was the right thing to do.

Conversely, 61 percent said that George W. Bush’s decision to invade in 2003 was the wrong thing to do. Fifty-one percent of voters blame Bush for the current calamity in Iraq.