No that's not what we "terrorist sympathizers" in the US are saying that's what a vast majority of the Iraqis are saying.
Most Iraqis Favor Immediate U.S. Pullout, Polls Show
BAGHDAD, Sept. 26 -- A strong majority of Iraqis want U.S.-led military forces to immediately withdraw from the country, saying their swift departure would make Iraq more secure and decrease sectarian violence, according to new polls by the State Department and independent researchers.That's right, just like a majority of Americans a majority of the Iraqis want the US out of Iraq but don't think the Administration has any intention of pulling out - ever.
Another new poll, scheduled to be released on Wednesday by the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the University of Maryland, found that 71 percent of Iraqis questioned want the Iraqi government to ask foreign forces to depart within a year. By large margins, though, Iraqis believed that the U.S. government would refuse the request, with 77 percent of those polled saying the United States intends keep permanent military bases in the country.