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CMT Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-18-03 10:51 PM
Response to Reply #34
40. didn't stop Kucinich or Graham
from voting against the resolution--or many other members of the house and senate.
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  -WP: Clark: "I would have probably voted for the Iraqi Resolution" CMT  Sep-18-03 10:07 PM   #0 
  - that does it  ButterflyBlood   Sep-18-03 10:08 PM   #1 
  - Me too.  BurtWorm   Sep-18-03 10:17 PM   #9 
  - Good thinking  UnapologeticLiberal   Sep-19-03 02:15 AM   #73 
  - i feel sick to my  newsguyatl   Sep-18-03 10:10 PM   #2 
  - the last few weeks I've been thinking  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:13 PM   #4 
  - i agree CMT  newsguyatl   Sep-18-03 10:17 PM   #10 
  - Wait!  Pastiche423   Sep-18-03 10:24 PM   #20 
  - He said he wasnt a Dem until 1992 when Clinton brought him into  Bertrand   Sep-18-03 10:27 PM   #22 
  - Yes he added Nixon to the probably of Reagan  roughsatori   Sep-18-03 10:40 PM   #33 
     - That does it!  Pastiche423   Sep-18-03 11:13 PM   #43 
        - I'll say this much for Lieberman  CMT   Sep-18-03 11:20 PM   #45 
        - Are you advocating a Dem purity test?  rolodomo   Sep-19-03 12:52 AM   #62 
           - Hi rolodomo!!  newyawker99   Sep-19-03 10:09 AM   #82 
  - Well, if he had crossed party lines and switched to the Democrats...  RatTerrier   Sep-19-03 01:53 AM   #70 
  - yay!  GBD4   Sep-19-03 10:41 AM   #83 
  - newsguyatl  Bertrand   Sep-18-03 10:17 PM   #8 
  - Dean probably would have too.  disgruntella   Sep-18-03 10:12 PM   #3 
  - Dean has said he wouldn't have  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:14 PM   #6 
  - But neither Dean nor Clark *had* to vote  disgruntella   Sep-18-03 10:19 PM   #11 
  - Kucinich voted against the war, as did Bob Graham  IndianaGreen   Sep-18-03 10:22 PM   #17 
  - agree  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:45 PM   #36 
     - aWol scammed Congress on this issue!  rolodomo   Sep-19-03 01:12 AM   #66 
  - There were those who did vote against it as well  CWebster   Sep-18-03 10:37 PM   #31 
  - Vermont and Hawaii  UnapologeticLiberal   Sep-19-03 02:12 AM   #72 
  - No, Dean was an active grassroots supporter for  liberalnurse   Sep-18-03 10:30 PM   #26 
  - My suspicions too  PurityOfEssence   Sep-18-03 10:42 PM   #34 
     - didn't stop Kucinich or Graham  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:51 PM   #40 
     - One hundred and thirty three lawmakers voted NO  Pastiche423   Sep-18-03 11:20 PM   #44 
        - Quite true, and many with the most Foreign and Intelligence knowledge  PurityOfEssence   Sep-19-03 12:50 AM   #61 
     - I would pay money  Egnever   Sep-19-03 03:03 AM   #78 
  - These are legitimate issues in which to criticize Clark  IndianaGreen   Sep-18-03 10:14 PM   #5 
  - I agree  Bertrand   Sep-18-03 10:19 PM   #12 
  - At a later time, meaning AFTER real inspections  blm   Sep-18-03 10:16 PM   #7 
  - The question of 'going in'  Maple   Sep-18-03 10:22 PM   #15 
  - there is more to the statement:  Donna Zen   Sep-18-03 10:26 PM   #21 
  - He goes on to say  OKNancy   Sep-18-03 10:20 PM   #13 
  - oh, THAT can't be right  disgruntella   Sep-18-03 10:24 PM   #19 
  - That doesn't mean he was for the war  RealityDose   Sep-18-03 10:20 PM   #14 
  - You're Right  Bertrand   Sep-18-03 10:22 PM   #16 
  - Why?  Maple   Sep-18-03 10:24 PM   #18 
  - "no need for anyone to invade" - ? - three letter word...  nu_duer   Sep-18-03 10:48 PM   #38 
  - You are using Kerry logic  IndianaGreen   Sep-18-03 10:29 PM   #25 
  - But you see  HazMat   Sep-18-03 10:47 PM   #37 
     - there's no such thing as a "yes, but" vote....  mike_c   Sep-18-03 11:41 PM   #50 
     - I don't think dead people understand nuances  maggrwaggr   Sep-19-03 12:23 AM   #53 
        - Will Deanies ever stop beating on that strawman ?  HazMat   Sep-19-03 04:31 AM   #79 
  - The IWR meant nothing, anyway  HazMat   Sep-18-03 10:28 PM   #23 
  - well then Kerry,Edwards, Lieberman, Gep  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:31 PM   #27 
  - Kerry's vote was 100% correct based on the evidence  HazMat   Sep-18-03 11:01 PM   #41 
     - not the way I see it  CMT   Sep-18-03 11:03 PM   #42 
     - how come I wasn't fooled? How come 130 others who voted weren't either?  maggrwaggr   Sep-19-03 12:26 AM   #54 
  - Too bad most don't see it that way.  Sterling   Sep-18-03 10:32 PM   #28 
  - I won't vote for any useful idiots  JDStutts   Sep-18-03 10:51 PM   #39 
  - The f**k he didn't.  Mechatanketra   Sep-19-03 12:43 AM   #59 
     - Congress has Repeatedly Acquiesced to President on this  rolodomo   Sep-19-03 01:23 AM   #67 
     - I'll take what's behind door #3, Monty.  HazMat   Sep-19-03 04:51 AM   #80 
  - Anyone who saw his comentary on CNN knows he was not and is not  Sterling   Sep-18-03 10:29 PM   #24 
  - I rarely saw him on CNN  CMT   Sep-18-03 10:33 PM   #29 
  - What did anyone expect  CWebster   Sep-18-03 10:33 PM   #30 
  - that's only one of the problems with nominating a career militarist....  mike_c   Sep-18-03 10:40 PM   #32 
  - wait . . . there's more . . .  OneBlueSky   Sep-18-03 10:44 PM   #35 
  - He's honest, at least  WilliamPitt   Sep-18-03 11:21 PM   #46 
  - yes  CMT   Sep-18-03 11:35 PM   #49 
  - I disagree. He's being as mealy-mouthed as any career politician  maggrwaggr   Sep-19-03 12:29 AM   #55 
     - If a reporter asked me on the record  rolodomo   Sep-19-03 01:29 AM   #68 
        - This is Clark's inexperience and naivete  charlie   Sep-19-03 03:01 AM   #77 
  - Well, THIS Takes a Little Wind Out of My Sails  DoveTurnedHawk   Sep-18-03 11:24 PM   #47 
  - This may play in the South but  Buzzz   Sep-18-03 11:25 PM   #48 
  - All I can say is  Trek234   Sep-19-03 12:14 AM   #51 
  - clark is a lunatic  friendofbenn   Sep-19-03 12:18 AM   #52 
  - sorry but that story smells like RW bullshit  maggrwaggr   Sep-19-03 12:31 AM   #56 
     - its true  friendofbenn   Sep-19-03 12:36 AM   #57 
     - I take it your a big fan of sir micheal jackson  rolodomo   Sep-19-03 01:36 AM   #69 
     - Here Is A Link  JasonBerry   Sep-19-03 12:48 AM   #60 
     - By The Way...  JasonBerry   Sep-19-03 12:53 AM   #64 
     - Sorry to disappoint you, but the latest comes from The Guardian  IndianaGreen   Sep-19-03 12:54 AM   #65 
     - Why is everything that is said against Clark right-wing?????  Cascadian   Sep-19-03 02:18 AM   #75 
  - war criminal is as war criminal does  sujan   Sep-19-03 12:39 AM   #58 
  - So what do you want to do, impeach Clinton?  rsammel   Sep-19-03 12:52 AM   #63 
  - Clinton On The Threat of Force  DrFunkenstein   Sep-19-03 02:16 AM   #74 
  - Head up ass?  CentristDemocrat   Sep-19-03 10:42 AM   #84 
  - Clark said: "probably" "resemble" "probably"  Jolene   Sep-19-03 02:08 AM   #71 
  - Exactly  returnable   Sep-19-03 10:49 AM   #85 
  - Dean is definately a visionary who sees where things are going  Classical_Liberal   Sep-19-03 02:44 AM   #76 
     - I agree  CMT   Sep-19-03 07:56 AM   #81 
 

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