Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Both Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and Senator Barack Hussein Obama will need to stand up and be counted tomorrow. Aides to the two 2008 presidential hopefuls declined comment on the issue Monday night, two days before a scheduled vote on Sen. Russ Feingold's proposal to cut off funding for nearly all military operations in Iraq after next March 31. As quoted in today's New York Post, Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wussconsin) said:

"The American people deserve to have the Senate go on record about whether or not it wants to end our misguided mission in Iraq and safely redeploy our brave troops."

Anyone want to make book on whether or not they even have the cojones to show up?


Anonymous said...


Hillary has taken every position possible, and lied as often, on her vote to Authorize the Use Of Force In Iraq.

She wants a time machine to de-authorize the vote, and seems to think Sen. Byrd can change time with a Senate revision.

It is even more laughable than the old 'right wing conspiracy' she used to explain her husband playing with an Intern in the Oval Office.

Hillary actually stated, in one memorable display, she will pull us out of Iraq, only to suggest 10 minutes later following a question, the need for US Forces to stay in Iraq as it is in the USA's National Interest, and because al Qaeda is in Iraq.


All a big fat lie, on top of lie, from a big chubby liar.

Hillary and Bill trying to regain power in the USA is a sad tragedy.

They should be part of the ugly dust heap of history, but then the Democrat Party is insane.

Anonymous said...

At least Feingold had the intergity to oppose the war in the first place, eh?

Gayle Miller said...

At least he is consistent. The rest of them? Not so much.

Give them credit - both Clinton and Obama DID show up.