Monday, March 19, 2007


John Kerry has a strange definition of victory. Apparently, when the Senate votes your unconstitutional bill down to force U.S. troops out of Iraq you are still "victorious" when 48 Senators embarrass themselves by voting alongside you.

It's an interesting new strategy. Regardless of public opinion and congressional votes, John Kerry "wins" when he actually loses.

I find it more than ironic that a Senator who believes the war in Iraq is lost at the same time believes that his bill that failed 48-50 is a victory.

Oh, and it's no surprise that John Kerry and the Washington Post shamelessly parade the dead. Classy.

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