Another thread recently revealed that Kirk has been endorsed by a group of black ministers who are far-left lifelong Chicago Democrats. This too, didn't even faze the Kirk apologists trying to convince conservatives to elect Jim Jeffords Jr.
Mark Kirk's veered so far left he's in "Bush lied, people died" Cindy Sheehan territory now. If he keeps it up, maybe Cindy just might endorse him by election day! I bet Marky would like that. And the Kirk apologists would be here in full force to defend him.
You just can’t fix stupid. And, Mark Kirk is apparently stupid on steroids!
We don’t need Republicans at any cost if they include morons like this!!
Hey Mark, can you PROVE Bush lied? Or, are you just going by your knee jerk reaction because you’re desperate to win your race for Senator?????
He’s absolute scum. This crudball will do this to us every day if he gets elected.
This Socialist fraud MUST be stopped !
What an idiot! He voted for cap-and-tax, too, and I sent him a nasty letter about it even though I live in California. This guy gives RINOs a bad name.
Well, I guess we can be thankful that this RINO POS has finally revealed himself for the back stabber he is. If he gets elected, he’s one vote we can’t count on.
Watch Mr. Obama go for a “war crimes” trial to get attention off his troubles.
This dumb bastard isn’t worth a bobbing bowel nugget. I hope he loses.
I read that the latest Wikileaks dump vindicated Bush on the WMD “lie”.
Even the anti-American, freedom hating traitorous rats are allowed to vote. The Illinois rat party, unions, state government bureaucracy, and cemetery balloting system is arguably the most corrupt political borg machine in the country. Il moderates and even some rats want to pass on Giannoulias, but they fear Kirk because they are little girly men who watch Bravo, or they are the beneficiaries of Obamunism. In WV you join the klan, but this is what you have to do to win in Il. A senator is a representative of the people. If the people are weenies, the senator should embody the principles, or lack thereof, espoused by the people of Ill.
Unless Keyes decides to run independent really soon the choice is RINO or rat.
Oh man, this piece of sh!+ Kirk must lose.
You’re not Kirk. You are not even a good imposter.
The Iraq Liberation Act of 1998 H.R. 4655 (PL 105-338) was passed October 5, 1998, in the U.S. House of Representatives by an overwhelming majority. On October 7, the companion bill, S. 2525, passed unanimously in the U.S. Senate, "establishing a program [to] support a transition to democracy in Iraq." 
Speaking on behalf of the bill in the Senate, Trent Lott said:
Let me be clear on what the U.S. objectives are:
The United States wants Iraq to rejoin the family of nations as a freedom-loving and lawabiding member. This is in our interest and that of our allies within the region.
The United States favors an Iraq that offers its people freedom at home. I categorically reject arguments that this is unattainable due to Iraq's history or its ethnic or sectarian makeup. Iraqis deserve and desire freedom like everyone else.
The United States looks forward to a democratically supported regime that would permit us to enter into a dialogue leading to the reintegration of Iraq into normal international life.
My Administration has pursued, and will continue to pursue, these objectives through active application of all relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions. The evidence is overwhelming that such changes will not happen under the current Iraq leadership.
In the meantime, while the United States continues to look to the Security Council's efforts to keep the current regime's behavior in check, we look forward to new leadership in Iraq that has the support of the Iraqi people. The United States is providing support to opposition groups from all sectors of the Iraqi community that could lead to a popularly supported government.
On October 21, 1998, I signed into law the Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1999, which made $8 million available for assistance to the Iraqi democratic opposition. This assistance is intended to help the democratic opposition unify, work together more effectively, and articulate the aspirations of the Iraqi people for a pluralistic, participatory political system that will include all of Iraq's diverse ethnic and religious groups. As required by the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for FY 1998 (Public Law 105-174), the Department of State submitted a report to the Congress on plans to establish a program to support the democratic opposition. My Administration, as required by that statute, has also begun to implement a program to compile information regarding allegations of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes by Iraq's current leaders as a step towards bringing to justice those directly responsible for such acts.
The Iraq Liberation Act of 1998 provides additional, discretionary authorities under which my Administration can act to further the objectives I outlined above. There are, of course, other important elements of U.S. policy. These include the maintenance of U.N. Security Council support efforts to eliminate Iraq's prohibited weapons and missile programs and economic sanctions that continue to deny the regime the means to reconstitute those threats to international peace and security. United States support for the Iraqi opposition will be carried out consistent with those policy objectives as well. Similarly, U.S. support must be attuned to what the opposition can effectively make use of as it develops over time. With those observations, I sign H.R. 4655 into law.
WILLIAM J. CLINTON
The White House, October 31, 1998.
Article of interest for you, Chisel...
He’s even worse than I thought. This ought to be the nail in the coffin for IL Republicans to vote against Kirk.