Agreed 100%. While they filibuster and argue, men still die. These politicians only care is getting and staying elected. Perhaps another revolution is in order...How about if the cowards stand up to Bush? Another elephant in the room that you guys do not want to confront. How many soldiers have been saved by the cowardly party's lip-service? They hold the pursestrings, unfortunately they do not have the spine to hold them up. COWARDS-every one of them, including the whiny-fuc*ing pubs.
My premise for the coward comments is that they campaigned otherwise and now that they are in charge and can do what they said all they can muster is a non-binding resolution. If Eisenhower, Reagen, etc. had said they would end it, got elected then passed a non-binding resolution, then yes they too would be cowards.I can answer for neither the cowards, the dems or the cowardly pubs. However you should find the thread Iran redux interesting reading. As a aside CZ was Eisenhower a coward re: Korea, Nixon re: Viet Nam and Reagan re: Lebanon? As von Clausewitz in vol 1 of his books entitled On War points out a orderly retreat is a viable tool to winning.