Monday, May 14, 2007

"The Iraqi government is a huge disappointment," Senate
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told CNN'S Late Edition
on Sunday.
"So
far, they've not been able do anything they promised on the political side," the
Kentucky Republican said, citing the Iraqis' failure to pass a new oil revenue
bill, hold local elections and dismantle the former Baath Party of Saddam
Hussein. "It's a growing frustration."
"Republicans overwhelmingly feel
disappointed about the Iraqi government," he added.

What good does whining like this do? Reinforce support for the Republican Party in the Senate?

I don't say this won't get one single vote for Republicans next year. It won't be much more than that, though.

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