Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Democrats say | Senate Debate on Iraq Inevitable

All this is over a "Non-Binding resolution" to state the senate's mildly strong anxious disapproval of dubya's Iraq war mongering/meatgrinder. You know what I say to that: Grow a pair you spineless bastards!

Democrats lay siege to Iraq war plans

A lengthy Senate floor debate on the Iraq war is inevitable, despite a Republican effort to block it, Democrats say.

Following a procedural vote Monday that sidetracked a resolution on the war, Democrats said they would eventually find a way to put each senator on record. On the table is a nonbinding resolution backed by several Republicans and most Democrats that would state Senate opposition to President Bush's plan to send 21,500 more troops to Iraq.

"The president must hear from Congress, so he knows he stands in the wrong place - alone," said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.

The measure, if passed, would be a stinging critique of Bush's decision to deepen the U.S. military commitment in Iraq. Bush has said the extra troops are needed to calm sectarian violence in Baghdad and the western Anbar province.


Here's my man Russ Feingold berating these jellyfish and appealing to all Americans to help stop dubya's bloodbath:



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