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Boxer and Rice Hash it out

January 14th, 2007 Urban Conservative

California Senator Barbara Boxer told Secretary of State Condi Rice during a testy Senate hearing on Thursday that without an immediate family Rice would pay no personal price for the Bush administration policies in Iraq. Boxer’s comments came during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing in which Rice was questioned about President Bush’s new plans for the war in Iraq. Here is an excerpt on Boxer’s comments to Condi:

“Who pays the price?” Boxer asked Rice. “I’m not going to pay a personal price. My kids are too old and my grandchild is too young. You’re not going to pay a particular price, as I understand it, with immediate family. “So who pays the price? The American military and their families.”

I guess my only comment is that the damn democrats have nothing better to do but find minor issues with those who support the war in Iraq; like not having any children. Since when does Barbara Boxer care about “who pays the price?” Who appointed her the spokesperson for the American people anyway? The fact of the matter is that the democrats have NO PLAN whatsoever about how to approach Iraq. If I remember correctly, a few months back, many big name democrats publicly said that we need more troops in Iraq; and now that Bush is pushing for more troops, they suddenly change their minds. Sounds to me like they are starting to flip flop again; a common attribute of the democratic party.

I personally think that Condi Rice is not only doing an excellent job as the Secretary of State; but I think she would make an even better President.

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One Response to “Boxer and Rice Hash it out”

  1. First off, way to go Barbara Boxer for your untamed use of qualifiers, hence, "I’m not going to pay a personal price. My kids are too old and my grandchild is too young..." If there's one thing libs do and do best it's to utilize the power of moral equivalence. "If I don't have any stake in this, neither do you, therefore...[insert fallacy here]."

    Secondly, I'm far passed listening to libs use other people for their benefit. And when I say other people, I mean the military. I'm tired of the libs trying to act as the military's personal lip service. Our troops tell their own story. Not lib generals and two guys out of one-thousand. Speak to the troops and they'll let you know how they're feeling. Barbara Boxer needs to pack up and leave Washington because she sure as hell doesn't represent me as a Californian, I voted Conservative.

    January 21st, 2007 2:00 am Brendon Swanson

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