Wednesday, January 17, 2007
How I feel about a "Non-Binding Resolution"
The Republican-drafted resolution declares “that the United States must complete ‘the mission to create a sovereign, free, secure and united Iraq’ without setting ‘an arbitrary date for the withdrawal or redeployment’ of U.S. troops,” as The Washington Post reports today. Further down in the story, we learn that “the votes will not bind the administration …” to action.
Translation: a non-binding resolution is a whole lot of nothing. Is this what we voted for last November? Is this really the best we can do? Definitely NOT.
Come on, Senators, show us what you've got...or you will pay the price in the next election cycle, too.