Skip to comments.Hillary: I Didn't Vote for War
Posted on 02/10/2007 12:54:12 AM PST by Jim Noble
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I doubt much of anybody actually read the authorization of force. It has some wording in it that should make most persons blood boil in anger. The bills being written today are purposely written is such a manner that the common citizen will likely not be able to sit down and fully understand meaning and intent. The lawyers took over congress as the wordings now prove.Sadly enough when any law makers stand up to correct these wrongs they are immediately labeled fringes or whackjobs by the status quo leaders in both parties.
Congress needs to be limited to basic simple and precise wording in the bills and resolutions it passes. To simplify matters even more eliminate the use of unrelated riders and attachments as well.
Many of the founders and framers who formed the nation were the most educated in words and meanings ones such as Noah Webster and Thomas Jefferson. Yet they purposely made the text of our documents basic so even a child in school could understand their meaning.
The truth is I knew enough then but I just didn't want to see it. Your mileage may vary. ; )
It's like the 2000 election. She was the FIRST to suggest the electoral college be abolished.......AFTER Bush had won the election.
She has the gift of hind sight....and it's BIG!!
Bet she's ticked at where Obama made his presidential run announcement....she's from Illinois!!
How come you're so smart? :-)
This could be her Verrücktenfreude moment.
That was my tagline a few days ago:
Duncan Hunter just needs one jump-the-shark Verrücktenfreude moment by Hillary Clinton in 2007
But then Antoninus posted a cool pic of Hunter as Hercules defeating the 3-headed Cerberus RINO.
Tim Russert: "Do you believe we could have disarmament without regime change?"
SEN. HILLARY CLINTON (D-NY): "I doubt it ... I can support the President. I can support an action against Saddam Hussein because I think its in the long-term interest of our national security." (NBC, "Meet the Press," 9/15/02)
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