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The New York Times interviews moderate Republican voters in the districts represented by some of the 11 GOP congressmen who met privately with Bush about the war. And those interviews "suggest that more Republican voters are opposing the war, and that independents who might have voted Republican are moving toward supporting a Democrat."

Check out this Joe Biden comment to the Des Moines Register about the war supplemental -- it's something the eventual GOP nominee might resurrect against Obama and Clinton should one of them end up the eventual nominee. "'As long as there are troops who are in a position where, if we don't fund them they are going to be hurt, I'm not going to cut off funding,' Biden said during a meeting with Des Moines Register editors and reporters. 'That's what the other candidates said too, but they changed their mind.'" Recall that Biden was the only 2008 Democratic presidential candidate serving in the Senate to vote for the supplemental.

A US embassy spokesman told NBC News that Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I) arrived in Baghdad Wednesday morning and has met with US Embassy officials and Iraqi officials.