Thursday, January 11, 2007

Sen. Coleman: Pandering or Positioning?!?

The unified voice of the Bush administration, the man pegged to push much of the Bush Administration and GOP nonsense is now turning his back on them . . . . for political gain:
Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., on Wednesday called for "a rethinking of our strategy in Iraq" and said on the Senate floor that he will oppose President Bush's plan to add U.S. troops there.
Sen. Coleman had an opportunity to show Minnesota he is a leader, and willing to recognize this final opportunity at victory in Iraq. But instead he is worried about electability, and would rather position himself for re-election and pander to the electorate.

I hope the DFL is getting their Flip Flop commercials ready. A simple one could be a caricature of Normy licking his finger and putting it up in the breeze to see which way the wind is blowing . . . and then shrugging his shoulders.

What a weasel!


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