Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Lugar Predicts Committee Will OK Bolton

Lugar Predicts Committee Will OK Bolton

Two things stand out in this article.

McClellan also contended that any lawmaker who votes against Bolton is opposed to revamping the United Nations, which has drawn U.S. criticism for scandals surrounding the oil-for-food program that governed aid to prewar Iraq.

Like I was telling a friend just now, thanks for telling them how they should feel. Do they need all need to goose step?

Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., is considering procedural maneuvers to bring Bolton's nomination to the full Senate even if the committee fails to approve it, other Senate aides said Wednesday.

Sen. Christopher J. Dodd of Connecticut said it best: "If that happens, then what's the point of having a committee,"