Tuesday, January 30, 2007

FEINGOLD: CONGRESS´S DUTY


Today, in his opening remarks at a Judiciary Committee hearing on "Congress´s power to end a war", U. S. Senator Russ Feingold, supported by a panel of legal experts, made a call to Congress to assume its responsibility as a co-equal branch of government and use its power to end the war in Iraq:

"Since the President is adamant about pursuing his failed policies in Iraq, Congress has the duty to stand up and use its power to stop him. If Congress doesn’t stop this war, it’s not because it doesn’t have the power. It’s because it doesn’t have the will". READ ON…

4 Comments:

At 5:31 AM, Blogger Static Brain said...

It makes sense. They do not have the guts to tackle the Bush administration. I see why too. They have no backbones. We need to throw the bums out.

 
At 3:26 PM, Anonymous ZHP said...

Hey, my friend!! It ´s good to have u back. I have the impression that there are some interesting efforts to force Bush to pull out of Iraq. Am I right? Or they are just futureless symbolic protests???

Don´t go away for that long… we need you!!

 
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