LIBERALS forced Bush to invade Iraq?
What do you guys think of this shocking list of top Democrat liberals who voted to invade Iraq, thus forcing Bush to act? Why does the media ignore this?
Joe Biden - Dem Vice President, Dem presidential candidate, Dem Senator from Delaware
Hillary Clinton - Dem First Lady, Dem Senator from New York, Dem presidential candidate, Dem Secretary of State
Harry Reid - Dem Senate majority leader; Dem Senator from Nevada
Henry Waxman - Dem rep from California, Dem house energy chairman, considered one of the most liberal house members
John Kerry - Dem Senator from Massachusetts, Dem presidential nominee, Dem Secretary of State
John Edwards - Dem vice-presidential nominee, Dem Senator from North Carolina, Dem presidential candidate
Richard Gephardt - Dem House majority and minority leader, Dem presidential candidate, Dem house rep from Missouri
Steny Hoyer - Dem House majority leader, Dem house minority whip, Dem house rep from Maryland
Charles "Chuck" Schumer - Dem Senator from New York, Dem policy committee and Senate rules committee chairman
Joe Lieberman - Dem Senator from Connecticut, Dem vice-presidential nominee
Charles "Buddy" Roemer - Dem governor of Louisiana
Carolyn Maloney - House rep from New York, prominent gun control activist
John Murtha - Dem rep from Pennsylvania, Dem house defense appropriations committee chair
Steve Israel - Dem house from New York, Dem congressional campaign committee chair
Tom Daschle - Dem Senate majority leader, Dem Senator from South Dakota, Dem nominee for HHS Secretary
Max Baucus - Dem Senate finance committee chairman, Dem Senator from Montana
Rod Blagojevich - Dem house rep from Illinois, Dem governor of Illinois
Dianne Feinstein - Dem Senate intelligence committee chair, Dem Senator from California, gun control sponsor
Isaac "Ike" Skelton - Dem house rep from Missouri, Dem house armed services committee chair
Chris Dodd - Dem Senator from Connecticut; author of Dodd-Frank financial reform bill
Byron Dorgan - Dem Senator from North Dakota, chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee
Maria Cantwell - Dem Senator from Washington, Dem chair of Senate committee on Indian affairs
Chuck Hagel - Nominee for Dem Secretary of Defense, Senator from Nebraska
Tom Harkin - Dem Senator from Iowa, Dem Senate health/education/labor chairman
Ernest "Fritz" Hollings - Dem Senator from South Carolina, Dem governor of South Carolina
Mary Landrieu - Dem Senator from Louisiana, Dem Senate small business committee chair
Jay Rockefeller - Dem Senator from West Virginia, Senate INTELLIGENCE (lol!) committee chair
Ben Nelson - Dem Senator from Nebraska, Dem governor of Nebraska
Bill Nelson - Dem Senator from Florida, Dem insurance commissioner
Zell Miller - Dem Senator from Georgia, Dem governor of Georgia
Blanche Lincoln - Dem Senator from Arkansas, Dem Senate agriculture committee chair
Herbert "Herb" Kohl - Dem Senator from Wisconsin, Dem Senate chairman on aging
WOW! Liberals really DID shove Bush into war, didn't they?
- CharlieLv 77 years agoBest Answer
Forced him? Yeah ok. Forced him to buy into Cheney's lie about yellow cake from Africa. Forced him to buy into Condi's pathetic lie about "the smoking gun that will arrive as a mushroom cloud."
Democrats caved and gave him cover to start his pointless and expensive adventure in Iraq. And all we found were a few rusty chemical weapons we gave them to throw at Iran a little centrifuge buried in a scientist's back yard...
- 7 years ago
215 republicans in the House Of Representatives voted "yes" to invade. 84 Democrats did. In the Seante, 84 Republicans voted "yes". 29 Democrats did. So stfu.Source(s): That's right, I did my research on Wikipedia. you obviously got your information from buttpickerrepublican.com
- Anonymous7 years ago
Bush lied to Congress by witholding contrary evidence, and the public was already whipped into a frenzy. The people in your list were railroaded not the other way around.
- ingsoc1Lv 77 years ago
When did 33 people become a majority in the house and seanate ?
And which Bush? We invaded twice you know
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- DanielLv 57 years ago
... Yes, because Bush didn't spend months beforehand making the case for invasion, nope, never happened. He also didn't lie to both Congress and to the American populace.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Where did you get that bullshit list from? You do realize, don't you, that there are people on this board who remember the events leading up to the war?
- You need HelpLv 67 years ago
- shankLv 43 years ago
That is excellent, that is simply high-quality, You preserve that up, recall to say we talked him correct into it up unless he stated mission finished. Then the true battle started out. Foolish man.
- 7 years ago
Show me the Republicans who voted for war with Iraq. If they didn't vote, why would we go to war?
Oh wait, they all did.
- Prince NezLv 77 years ago
Drinking too much can lead to psorosis of the liver.