The Colbert Report: Too Little, Too Late (video; Iraq)

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By Manila Ryce
Published Monday, July 2nd, 2007, 4:09 am

With public sentiment overwhelmingly against the president and the occupation, politicians and former officials are finally finding the nerve to say what the rest of us have been saying for over 4 years. People like Luger, Obama, Edwards, and Clinton vote to fund the war, then denouncing it after the fact. Senator Dick Luger is only the latest of these courageous hindsight visionaries. If only they would’ve know then what public opinion would be like now, I’m sure they would’ve voted differently.—profiles-in-timing

One thought on “The Colbert Report: Too Little, Too Late (video; Iraq)

  1. Public opposition to the war has, as you say, been obvious for some time now. That’s why the Democrats were voted into the majority, and they knew it. If they chose to continue supporting the war effort, it’s not because they didn’t know how the public felt, but they didn’t care.

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