The Senate and the War

An ABC News poll finds something at once predictable and telling:

By ABC News' count, if the senators knew then what they know now, only 43 - at most - would still vote to approve the use of force and the measure would be defeated. And at least 57 senators would vote against going to war, a number that combines those who already voted against the war resolution with those who told ABC News they would vote against going to war, or said that the pre-war intelligence has been proven so wrong the measure would lose or it would never even come to a vote.