Harry Reid is "spooked," writes ALLAHPUNDIT at Hot Air. What has him frazzled?
Better numbers from Iraq. Oh, and the fact that Democrats are changing their minds about their opposition to the war, not to mention that more Americans are thinking the war can be won.
A drop in coverage of the war by the media also signals positive signs from Iraq.
"Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has backed down from demands for a withdrawal of our troops in Iraq by next spring. Selling voters on cut and run was always tough, but now a new UPI/Zogby Poll finds that 54% of Americans believe the Iraq war is not lost."
The irony is thick... Reid gets spooked about losing, so he calls the war "lost" and wants to pull out. Then Reid gets spooked about growing support from the American public for victory, and his falling poll numbers.
The man is absolutely allergic to the polls.
He scares too easy to be any sort of leader.