Saturday, September 29, 2007


There was another Democrat debate on Wednesday night and some interesting things were said - or not said that are not getting a lot of attention.

Here's the question from Tim Russert and the answers from the top three candidates:

...will you pledge that by January 2013, the end of your first term, more than five years from now, that there will be no troops, US troops in Iraq?"
And their answers...
"I think it's hard to project four years from now," said Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois in the opening moments of a campaign debate in the nation's first primary state.

"It is very difficult to know what we're going to be inheriting," added Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York.

"I cannot make that commitment," said former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina.

I guess President Bush's advice on the war is having an impact on them.

This has got to be really irritating the anti-war Left! If I were them I would be concerned about their credibility and conviction.


  1. These debates are something else, eh? I can't keep up with all of them. Especially the ones they had on Sunday mornings.

    MoveOn not happy!

  2. It’s pretty obvious that Montana’s “progressives” (all two dozen of them) are awfully upset with their Democratic Party. Oh well, that’s what happens when children venture into politics.

    So now what happens to all the little disappointed lefties in Montana? Do they form their own political party, maybe run Singerstein for president? Hah hah. Free bagels for everyone! Or will they rise up with Generalissimo Dorkarski and smash the Capitalist War Machine? Nah. Not likely. They can’t even get a small protest going.

    I know: They just keep on whining and blogging until their parents kick them out of the house!