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Surprise, surprise

By Michael J. Smith on Monday December 18, 2006 09:09 AM

Bill Kaufman sent in this tidbit (sorry I can't find a URL for it):
This one falls under the category, "Wanna run that one by me again?." Reid should really consider an appearance on Letterman's "Stupid Human Tricks": "Talking Out of Both Sides of Your Mouth":
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate's top Democrat offered qualified support Sunday for a plan to increase U.S. troops in Iraq, saying it would be acceptable as part of a broader strategy to bring combat forces home by 2008....

Incoming Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, whose party campaigned in the November congressional elections on changing course in Iraq, said he would be open only to a short-term increase....

"The American people will not allow this war to go on as it has. It simply is a war that will not be won militarily. It can only be won politically," Reid said.

What I particularly love is that he's still talking about winning!

Comments (1)

Talking about winning?

Don't you mean, whining about winning?

Hah, ha. Sigh...

Sorry, it's not even 10am here...

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