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merh Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-25-07 02:09 PM
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2. whether or not you trust him
the important thing about his change or his public position is that he has taken a position against the admin and the war. He was on ABC's sunday morning press show with George S this morning. He was against the war and very critical of the admin and Bush's failure to recognize that Congress is equal to the executive branch under the constitution. He said that bush and his staff need to go back and read the constitution as it is obvious they are acting outside of it.

You may not trust him, but his public criticism will help in taking down the admin. There are repubs that do trust him and we need repubs to join us in investigating this admin and stripping them of the power they have assumed. As he said, this is not a monarchy. He mentioned impeachment as a possible step to reestablish this nation as the nation it once was.

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  -Hagel says Bush too dismissive of Congress on Iraq. (This coming from 1 of 2 to vote against the Flabbergasted  Mar-25-07 01:58 PM   #0 
  - Cleaning his ACT???? It ain't gonna work....too little too late syndrome...  opihimoimoi   Mar-25-07 02:00 PM   #1 
  - whether or not you trust him  merh   Mar-25-07 02:09 PM   #2 
     - Agreed--well said. Sometimes rhetoric is more important than  wienerdoggie   Mar-25-07 02:12 PM   #3 
     - I realized he said that but it was politicially manipulating position taking into account his  Flabbergasted   Mar-25-07 02:15 PM   #4 
     - I didn't understand his vote on that--he didn't explain it, and I wanted him to.  wienerdoggie   Mar-25-07 02:19 PM   #6 
        - He needs to put his vote where his mouth is.  rodeodance   Mar-25-07 02:42 PM   #11 
     - Indeed, Ma'am: It Is Helpful He Is Moving His Mouth In This Manner  The Magistrate   Mar-25-07 02:16 PM   #5 
        - But you cannot deny that his willingness to speak is not  merh   Mar-25-07 02:21 PM   #7 
           - Glad To Hear Him Talking Like This, Ma'am  The Magistrate   Mar-25-07 02:26 PM   #8 
              - LOL, I will enjoy his eviction as well  merh   Mar-25-07 02:34 PM   #9 
              - Unfortunately, I'm not convinced there would be another Democrat  wienerdoggie   Mar-25-07 02:38 PM   #10 
 

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