Crises of Democratic Leadership
by Parker, Thu Sep 29, 2005 at 11:20:22 AM EDT
The blame for today's Roberts debacle which will be with us for at least the next 20 to 30 years lies squarely on the shoulders of Harry Reid (I don't give a "Cheney" how he voted personally). Harry Reid it to blame for not demanding that the minimum qualification of documentation to be forth coming before a vote took place. This was an abandonment of post... and a greivous injustice to not only the Democratic base but to all Americans as well.
Hilliary should not escape blame for she wants so desperately to LEAD THE DEMOCRATS TO VICTORY yet she failed miserable to even persuade 22 of her colleagues to do the right thing. Hilliary showed absolutely NO LEADERSHIP and if this is the preview of what she has in store for the party then it is highly dissappointing.
The only "strategery"Those people in Washington DC with a (D) behind their names did was put all of their votes in a box and randomly pick... so that some "libruls" voted like a conservatives and some conservatives looked librul for one day in their miserable lives... ie Bayh.
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