Harry Reid's "Treason"

From the WSJ editorial today:

In any event, this is hardly Mr. Reid's worst rhetorical offense. That prize goes to his all too public comments in April 2007 that "the war is lost" in Iraq, even as the surge was finally making victory possible. That was a betrayal of American soldiers risking their lives in Iraq, and to the extent it emboldened the enemy, it may have cost American lives.

So any position other than a firm support for the "surge" - whose success in its stated objective, a political settlement in Iraq that is non-sectarian, is still unproven - was a "betrayal" of the troops. These people never disappoint, do they?