Five years after 9-11, Americans are skeptical of the war on terror and most Republicans believe Saddam Hussein was involved with events of that day, despite official reports to the contrary.
StakeIn two months, Americans will head to the polls for mid-term elections. All US Representatives are up for election (or re-election), as well as one-third of the Senate.
How will American attitudes towards terrorism and Iraq affect the results? How will it affect the messages and tenor of the campaign?
Perhaps just as importantly, what is long-term impact of the "war on terror" on America's budget deficit and long-term economic viability?