If the polls are right, Oklahomans are increasingly opposed to George Bush's war in Iraq.
Rep. Mary Fallin discovered that herself Thursday when about two dozen anti-war activists piled into her Oklahoma City office, attempting to deliver letters opposing the president's troop buildup.
According to the report we saw, Fallin's staff ordered the activists to leave. They did.
A Fallin spokeswoman said the order to leave was a misunderstanding because the office workers were overwhelmed by the crowd.
Fair enough. But we hope that Rep. Fallin, a Republican who supports the troop buildup, got the message.