If Congress Represented Public Opinion, We'd Have a Veto-Proof Withdrawal Plan
If Members of Congress based their vote on withdrawal from Iraq on what position enjoyed the largest number of supporters among their constituents, a timetable would pass the House by a margin of at least 418-17, and the Senate 98-2.
If only Members representing districts where at least 50% of the public supported a timetable voted yes, a timetable would still pass at least 329-106 in the House and 78-22 in the Senate: A three-fourths majority in both chambers! In both cases, this would be far more than the margin needed to override a presidential veto.
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