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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Is Anybody Surprised ....

That Bill and Hillary Clinton have done a 180 and now oppose the War in Iraq? You think there is any connection with the Senate GOP leadership's astounding move yesterday in pushing through a watered down version of the Senate Democrats' shrill demands for a "timetable for withdrawal" from Iraq?

Absent a top-to-bottom house-cleaning of the GOP's Washington leadership, is there really any reason left now for conservatives to continue supporting the party?

At the national level, this party is morally bankrupt, intellectually lost and politically incompetent. Hugh Hewitt points to the Democrats who understood instantly the true nature of this craven cave-in.

The 13 Senate Republicans who voted against the Iraq should form a separate caucus as a first step towards a new party.