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AtomicKitten Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-21-06 09:26 PM
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55. no I would have preferred the Dems not vote "yes" on the IWR to begin with
apples and oranges
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  -FINALLY! Bush Gives In, Mrs. Clinton Gets Her Way MannyGoldstein  Dec-20-06 06:30 PM   #0 
  - Awww, bipartisanship at its finest!  babylonsister   Dec-20-06 06:32 PM   #1 
  - There is no Democrat Party, except to Republicans and freepers.  aquart   Dec-20-06 06:33 PM   #2 
  - Funny you should mention that.  SteveM   Dec-21-06 07:06 PM   #50 
     - Democrat Party is much better than "Fascist Party"  MODemocrat   Dec-22-06 09:51 PM   #65 
  - she is a Neo-Con Lite  WillYourVoteBCounted   Dec-20-06 06:33 PM   #3 
  - That's unfair to cite something Hillary wanted a YEAR AGO!  napi21   Dec-20-06 06:33 PM   #4 
  - Nope, only the war wing of the Democratic Party opposed troop withdrawals  IndianaGreen   Dec-20-06 06:37 PM   #8 
  - both proposals  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 06:52 PM   #15 
  - Kerry/Feingold was not "ornamental  karynnj   Dec-20-06 08:26 PM   #30 
     - did either have a snowball's chance in hell of passing?  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 08:31 PM   #32 
        - With a toadying, Republican rubber stamp Congress, no way. But no reason not to submit plan.  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 08:36 PM   #33 
        - no reason  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 08:47 PM   #35 
           - You miss the point  karynnj   Dec-21-06 07:57 AM   #44 
              - no, you miss the point  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 07:15 PM   #51 
                 - So, you would have preferred the Democrats all sitting there ignoring that Iraq was in a civil war  karynnj   Dec-21-06 08:39 PM   #53 
                    - no I would have preferred the Dems not vote "yes" on the IWR to begin with  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 09:26 PM   #55 
        - No - but they defined a serious plan and  karynnj   Dec-21-06 07:54 AM   #43 
           - It seems to me  AtomicKitten   Dec-22-06 02:28 AM   #62 
  - "Former Goldwater girl Hillary"  nodular   Dec-23-06 05:25 PM   #66 
  - Indeed.  Buzz Clik   Dec-20-06 06:41 PM   #10 
  - Yawn  KingFlorez   Dec-20-06 06:35 PM   #5 
  - Just how does he plan on  Nite Owl   Dec-20-06 06:36 PM   #6 
  - Troop Helper: Just pour, add blood and serve over bed of quagmire  zulchzulu   Dec-20-06 06:36 PM   #7 
  - Wow, nice framing.  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 06:40 PM   #9 
  - thanks. that needed to be said.  Buzz Clik   Dec-20-06 06:42 PM   #12 
  - Sorry - I Didn't Know That - Any Others?  MannyGoldstein   Dec-20-06 06:52 PM   #14 
  - *  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 06:56 PM   #17 
  - *  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 06:59 PM   #18 
     - Wrong: Reed and Biden said exactly the opposite.  Mass   Dec-20-06 09:21 PM   #37 
        - Biden called for it 2005.  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 09:31 PM   #38 
           - It was 18 months ago - Could the situation have evolved since?  Mass   Dec-20-06 09:37 PM   #39 
           - I LUV fact-esque opinions.  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 09:43 PM   #40 
           - AK, answer this question  karynnj   Dec-21-06 08:14 AM   #45 
              - okay  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 07:25 PM   #52 
  - Not in Iraq - Kerry proposed expanding the military itself  karynnj   Dec-20-06 08:29 PM   #31 
     - did I say so?  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 08:45 PM   #34 
  - How to end the war...  vmaus   Dec-20-06 06:41 PM   #11 
  - Waa laa! Love it!  Hardrada   Dec-20-06 06:47 PM   #13 
  - YES YES YES..atleast 1 year compulsary military service for every  fuzzyball   Dec-22-06 12:25 AM   #60 
  - That's what bothers me about Hillary...it's difficult to determine what her interests are n/t  Infinite Hope   Dec-20-06 06:56 PM   #16 
  - The concern is Bush will use this troop increase to rationalize surge in Iraq. Will media notice?  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 07:14 PM   #19 
  - Wow! Am watching Bill Kristol on The Daily Show and he just did it--rationalize the surge after he  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 07:22 PM   #20 
     - He Was Nice To Obama???!!!  MannyGoldstein   Dec-20-06 07:23 PM   #21 
        - No, Kristol was complaining about Stewart being nice to Obama. I did not see this show.  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 07:26 PM   #23 
           - voila  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 07:28 PM   #24 
              - Thanks. Assumed Kristol was referring to recent Obama appearance, but that  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 07:47 PM   #27 
                 - he is a natural, isn't he?  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 07:52 PM   #29 
  - A stronger American military. I'd say 98% of Americans got their way.(n/t)  oasis   Dec-20-06 07:25 PM   #22 
  - I agree.  Buzz Clik   Dec-21-06 08:29 AM   #46 
  - Selective criticism, as always. I guess John Kerry was only joking when he  mtnsnake   Dec-20-06 07:29 PM   #25 
  - It's too late for this. We do not need an imperial army if we end the OCCUPATION OF IRAQ!  flpoljunkie   Dec-20-06 07:36 PM   #26 
  - You're Welcome! nt  MannyGoldstein   Dec-20-06 07:49 PM   #28 
  - Confusion between two things: escalation and increasing the size of the military.  Mass   Dec-20-06 09:19 PM   #36 
  - some see troop increase & escalation as effectively the same.  AtomicKitten   Dec-20-06 09:53 PM   #41 
     - As you say, an opinion. Which is worse is that the opinion you post  Mass   Dec-21-06 06:04 AM   #42 
        - oh, it most definitely is political  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 10:25 AM   #47 
           - Wrong!  ProSense   Dec-21-06 10:31 AM   #48 
              - Quibble all you like -- Kerry, HRC, and others have called for a troop increase.  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 03:33 PM   #49 
                 - Kerry did NOT call for more soldiers in IRAQ  karynnj   Dec-21-06 08:44 PM   #54 
                    - for about the 10000000th time -- I NEVER said that  AtomicKitten   Dec-21-06 09:36 PM   #56 
                    - btw  AtomicKitten   Dec-22-06 02:25 AM   #61 
                       - I am not paid by anyone and have never been called upon to  karynnj   Dec-22-06 07:11 AM   #63 
  - Hillary wanted to send 100,000 more troops?! she's starting to sound flaky!!  Imagevision   Dec-21-06 09:48 PM   #57 
  - S-E-N-D troops? Where did you read that?  oasis   Dec-21-06 10:21 PM   #59 
  - the military is just too small..  flaminbats   Dec-21-06 10:21 PM   #58 
  - Hoo-boy  JNelson6563   Dec-22-06 04:15 PM   #64 
 

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