Thursday, October 6, 2005
Since the War In Iraq began in 2003 we've heard the Left continue that shout that Bush sent our "children" to war. Even though they're 18 and not children. But that's another post. But, as I was saying, if you know anything about Government then you know the President of the United States can't send American troops to war without authority from Congress. So, let's see who actually sent our "children" to war.

Max Baucus (D)
Evan Bayh (D)
Joseph Biden (D)
John Breaux (D)
Maria Cantwell (D)
Jean Carnahan (D)
Tom Carper (D)
Max Cleland (D)
Hillary Clinton (D)
Chris Dodd (D)
Byron Dorgan (D)
John Edwards (D)
Dianne Feinstein (D)
Ernest Hollings (D)
Tim Johnson (D)
John Kerry (D)
Herb Kohl (D)
Mary Landrieu (D)
Joseph Lieberman (D)
Blanche Lincoln (D)
Zell Miller (D)
Bill Nelson (D)
Ben Nelson (D)
Harry Reid (D)
Jay Rockefeller (D)
Charles Schumer (D)
Robert Torricelli (D)

There were 81 Democrats in the House of Representatives who voted to authorize the use of force in Iraq. Way too many to sit here and type out.

So, without the consent of these Democrats our troops wouldn't be in harms way right now. I wonder why they're not getting any criticism by the media? Why only Bush? He couldn't have done it without them.
We Have Every Right To Dream Heroic Dreams.
Those Who Say That We're In A Time When There Are No Heroes, They Just Don't Know Where To Look.


Anonymous said...

haha, you're awesome.

Christopher Lee said...

I know.

Anonymous said...

Just a thought, but it couldn't be that Bush lied and convinced them that it was their only choice?

'Cause you know it was OBVIOUSLY the Democrat senators and MPs who started the whole thing, and lied to the American people and to Congress, and so on.