Bending the Third Rail
Because We Should, We Can, We Do
Monday, February 12, 2007
Clinton's Vote
In all the talk about Clinton's vote on the war I have yet to hear this question asked by anyone:

23 Senators (among them Boxer and Feingold) voted against the war. What did they know that Clinton didn't? Her explanation that her vote was based on faulty intelligence and/or lies is specious at best.
2 Comments:
Blogger GreyHair said...
I think this is right on.

The argument that she was "misled" is not a very good one. Do we want someone as President who can be so easily "misled"?

Blogger Lynne said...
We've already got one of those: that puppet sitting on Cheney's knee.