Celebrating One Year of Political Blogging

April 11, 2007 at 7:05 pm | Posted in American politics, Bush Administration, Christianity, Church, conservatives, Democrats, Evangelicals, family values, Foreign Policy, George W Bush, Iraq, liberals, Middle East, Military, Mormon, neo-conservatives, Religion, Republicans, Romania, Utah, War, War on Terror, World Events | 4 Comments

One year ago, I wrote my first post on my blog. Back then it was called RHMD’s Thoughts on Politics. This was my first post: Continue Reading Celebrating One Year of Political Blogging…

Utahns Are Turning Against Bush and Iraq

January 7, 2007 at 2:27 pm | Posted in American politics, George W Bush, Iraq, Utah | 6 Comments

Praise the Lord! This is the best news I have heard since the November elections, Utahns are turning against Bush on the war in Iraq.

A Salt Lake Tribune poll conducted last week shows Utah’s support for Bush’s handling of the war in Iraq has taken a substantial plunge in the past few months. Just 41 percent of Utahns say they support Bush on Iraq – marking the first time a Tribune poll has found fewer than half of Utahns in the president’s war camp.

Of course, they are the last state in the union to turn, but finally, some good news out of Utah!

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