Senator, Do Your Ears Work?
Here's the quote from Drudge:
"As a Veteran of World War II, I know what it’s like to fight a war and put your life on the line every day. I also know what it takes to win a war, and I know that politics and an attack machine like the President’s plays no part in it.Excuse me, Senator, but have you listened to the ad, it's the words of YOUR party? The party that has been playing politics with Iraq since they got their tails kicked over it in the 2004 elections. The party who's leadership say's it doesn't have to have a plan, because they aren't the party in power? Or when pressed harder the party who says they'll have a plan around election time next year.
"The Republican Party’s latest ad is a shameful and disgusting attempt to distract the American people from the problems in Iraq. It may improve the President’s political fortunes, but the American people and our troops will pay the price. I hope that President Bush realizes how shameful it is to play politics when what we really need is leadership, and that he will direct his Party to take down this ad immediately."
Senator, have you been listening to your party, and it's attack machine playing politics? Have you actually listened to Murtha, Pelosi, Kerry, and Dean?
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