General Petraeus is reporting to Congress today.
I don't know what he's going to say, but I know how people will react.
Boyda and her liberal Democrat friends (the "we've already lost, it's too late, don't bother me with the facts," gang) will have a two track approach. Anything good Petraeus says about Iraq will be tied to President Bush and said to have been looked at through "rose colored glasses." Anything bad Petraeus says about Iraq will be seized upon as the reason(s) to fully "re-deploy" (i.e. withdraw) our troops within six months to a year.
I'm betting even Boyda isn't going to be dumb enough to make another outburst like she did with General Keane.
What should we be looking for? Progress. Is the current strategy making progress? Does it give us a chance to complete our goal of turning Iraq over to Iraqis without leaving it in complete chaos?
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.