Shoen said in Congress, the whip counts are showing a 6-7 margin against the attack and LeBoutillier piped in that some of the margins are even wider – 10 to 1 depending on who you look at.
Caddell said, “the issue here when you look at those numbers is not just the Independents – look at the Democrats – the president doesn’t have the support of the Democratic party. Both parties are cracking over this.” He went on to say that we’re witnessing the largest opposition to any perspective military operation that Gallup has ever registered.
Caddell and Shoen say the country is a revolutionary moment about to happen.
Medea Benjamin, founder of Code Pink tells me on radio that she would love to do an event w Tea Party against Syria intervention.— Andrea Tantaros (@AndreaTantaros) September 9, 2013
◼ Pew: Public bailing on Obama, 63% oppose war, 28% back prez - Paul Bedard/Washington Examiner
◼ 70% of Republicans oppose Syria airstrikes. - Pew Research via
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◼ Critics see contradictions in Obama administration's Syria claims - LA Times