Somebody Should knockout the Boxer

First we had Barbara Boxer trying to subvert the electoral vote count in the Congress. Now we have her grilling Condi Rice as if she just robbed a bank. Boxer called Rice a liar, though not so bluntly (shades of Kerry and “I never used that word”), on a number of occasions prompting Rice to repeatedly asked the senator not to question her truthfulness.

Boxer is under some impression that the ONLY reason we went into Iraq was WMD. Of course this is not the truth and the resolution that Boxer voted for contains a number of reasons that we needed to go in and TCB. By Boxer’s own admission, she did not read the resolution. She relied on others who read it to tell her what it contained. I would think that for something this important she would read the damned thing. Dr. Rice could have just told Boxer she was unaware of the problems to which she (Boxer) keeps referring because she did not read the reports. That would have gone over like a pregnant pole vaulter.

Tip from Johnathan Rothenberg at B4B. This is how the President’s speech at the start of the war began:

“My fellow citizens, at this hour, American and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger…”

Which part of disarm Iraq, to FREE ITS PEOPLE… is Boxer having trouble with.

I have a suggestion for Boxer (stup doggy-dog ). From now on read things before you question what others have done. You might actually keep yourself from looking stupid, though I doubt that to be the case. Perhaps we can get Boxer a job walking the senile Ted Kennedy around so he can not hurt himself or others. It will also keep her out of the Senate which has to make the rest of society a safer place.

You can read the resolution to go to war here. See how many reasons to go you can find. I’ll bet it’s more than WMD.



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