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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Feingold, Feinstein: What's The Diff?

Unfortunately, Dems are brighter than Russ Feingold. They're staying away from his anti-Bush resolution in droves, and if they keep up this sensibility, they'll deprive the GOP of some wonderful election-time opportunities. What better way to show the Dems as soft on al Qaeda and incapable of waging war?

In light of all this, Busy, Busy, Busy reports on another resolution, this one offered up by Diane Feinstein. It says, in part:
  • Whereas [the] president of the United States, deliberately misled and deceived the American people, and people in all branches of the United States government;

  • Whereas [the president's] conduct in this matter is unacceptable for a president of the United States, does demean the office of the president as well as the president himself, and creates disrespect for laws of the land;

  • Whereas [the president] fully deserves censure for engaging in such behavior;

  • Whereas future generations of Americans must know that such behavior is not only unacceptable but also bears grave consequences, including loss of integrity, trust and respect;
  • Stumped? Here's the kicker:
    • Whereas William Jefferson Clinton, president of the United States, engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate employee in the White House, which was shameful, reckless and indefensible;
    Ah, the 90s, back when the Dems really knew how to censure.

    h/t memeorandum; photo Ann Marie Keller
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