Wednesday, July 18, 2007

I had to almost search for this

You'd think it would be in the top 10 news stories this morning, too. Given just how important the 'all nighter' was for the cut-and-run strategy of the Dems.

Hmmmm...funny, the only time references I see was when they talk about their faves- Hill and 'Big John' Kerry and the 5AM target for new voting.
You'd think that as important as this was that there'd be better money quotes than:

"This is nonsense," said Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

Added Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., of his Democratic colleagues: "I bet I can stay up longer than they can."

But at least the Dems aren't afraid to come right out with their version of hypocracy reality:
Will the all-night session change any votes? I hope so," said Reid, D-Nev. "Because it will focus attention on the obstructionism of the Republicans."

"We are at the crossroads of hope and reality, and the time has come to address reality," said Snowe, who said the Iraqi government was guilty of "serial intransigence" when it came to trying to solve the country's political problems.-OOps never mind, she calls herself a Republican-

Smith, who is seeking re-election next year, said Iraqis appeared focused on "revenge, not reconciliation," and that the administration needed to change its approach. "The American mission is to make sure that Iraq doesn't fall into the hands of al-Qaida," he said, rather than referee a civil war. Hey Mr. Smith (RINO), want to remind us just how good things are going in KOSOVO?

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