Military families, traditionally staunch supporters of presidents in time of war, are abandoning President Bush and wavering in their endorsement of the conflict in Iraq, according to a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll. Nearly 60% of military families disapprove of the president's job performance and say the war is not worth the human cost.
"I pray to God they did not die in vain, but I don't think our president is even sensitive at all to what it's like to have a child serving over there," said one woman whose son was wounded in Iraq. "We support the troops; we don't support Bush," said another military mom responding to the poll. (Read more poll stories.)