Tuesday, September 15, 2009

From the "Encouraging words" file.

Foreign Policy.com via Howie
House defense spending cardinal John Murtha, an early bellwether of congressional opposition to the Iraq war, has made his strongest comments yet opposing more U.S. troops for the war in Afghanistan.
Murtha's dissent comes at a critical juncture, with the Washington debate heating up and public support for the war effort dropping. The Pennsylvania congressman is only the latest senior Democratic lawmaker to come out against a troop increase, following similar statements last week by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Armed Services Committee chairman Carl Levin.
Word seems to be getting around - the right way in Afghanistan is out.

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Blogger Howard Martin said...

Jeez Shaun your insomnia is as bad as mine.

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