Webb On Iraq: The Missing Question
Lowell Feld writes up Senator Jim Webb's blogger conference call today:
Sen. Webb started off by talking about how he shared the "disappointment" of many regarding "the way the appropriations supplemental was handled by our party." He had hoped that his amendment, which would require that soldiers can't be redeployed unless they've been home at least that long, would have been attached to the supplemental. That would have cut right to the "inviolable bottom line" regarding how our troops are being used. The logic on that was "unassailable and clear," so if the President had vetoed it, everyone would have understood what he was doing. . . .
I think the questions to be asked about this statement are obvious. Feld reports the following questions:
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