John McCain @SenJohnMcCain 24m
My amendment calling for changing momentum on the battlefield in #Syria passed SFRC by voice vote - a significant measure
Nay Votes: Udall, Murphy, Risch, Rubio, Johnson, Barrasso, Paul.
(according to the comments below).
no blood for oil
“We must DO something gentlemen or we will lose our phoney-baloney jobs!”
The President has so badly fumbled relations with the Middle East that this is a LOSE-LOSE situation.
The real red line...
“ I’M THE PRESIDENT, I GOT ELECTED!”
The Senate might be lost, but we can still hope that any deal can be defeated on the House floor.
Let the blood be on this administration’s hands. The American people were against this disaster.
Time to stock up on wet wipes, ramen and lots of ammo.
Of course the Senate would. It’s democrat territory.
It’s “Bush, The Search for WMD - Another Faith-based Initiative” democrat, peace-nik front-liners.
These are the peace-lovers, the peace-niks: “War is a registered trademark of the Bush administration an unholy owned subsidiary of corporate America”
They believe in power, not peace.
The White House Dumbasses are making the calculation that Russia and Iran are going to do nothing, and just let it happen, even after what happened with the Russians that caused Obama to backtrack and go to congress.
Anytime anyone asks about military responses, these people say “CLASSIFIED SESSION!!”.
And the media just doesn’t seem to care. can you just imagine this happening under Bush?
Arizona Freepers please call your elected loon and voice your opinions.
Resolution allows boots on ground...
Senate-crafted Syria resolution riddled with loopholes for Obama
Senators on Wednesday tried to write a tight resolution authorizing President Obama to strike Syria under very specific circumstances, but analysts and lawmakers said the language still has plenty of holes the White House could use to expand military action well beyond what Congress appears to intend.
Wiggle room? Plenty of that, said Louis Fisher, scholar in residence at the Constitution Project and former long-time expert for the Congressional Research Service on separation of powers issues.
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So in 36 hours McCain went from Yes to No to Yes?
Time for another round of cowpie bingo in the middle east..
On a good day, it really stinks..
Weasley Clark must be itching’ to make a bombing run
From 15,000 feet, of course.
Dangerous and sick.