Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

The eyeball grabber from the exit polling today is that the Reverand Wright controversy involving BHO matters. And, Operation Chaos is having an effect. is livestreaming the election coverage here.

The anti-war left promised that Iraq would be the big 'decider' for voters in this election cycle.

So far, not so much.

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette says that antipathy on the part of the Defeat, Retreat, and Surrender crowd is frustrating their efforts to rally in the streets.

Three protesters, a half-dozen signs and a missing petition.

"People walk past and say, 'I'm glad you're doing something,' " said Marty O'Malley, a Forest Hills council member who has attended more than 100 anti-Iraq war events, as he stood in front of Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle's Downtown office last week with the small gathering of activists.

"I want to shake them and say, 'Why aren't you doing something!?' "

After $500 billion in spending and 4,000 military deaths, this was supposed to be an election year dominated by the war.