One Thing Every Democrat Needs
This handy tool is standard issue for Liberal Democrats. It is the Pocket-Sized Waffler. Just pull this bad by out, and you can hop from one side of the fence to the other without Media speculation or discussion.
Dec 17, 2006
"If it's for a surge, that is, for two or three months and it's part of a program to get us out of there as indicated by this time next year, then, sure, I'll go along with it." Harry Reid
"I'd be willing to support additional people if needed in order to get the job done, but in the absence of demonstrable evidence of that I will not support a surge of troops here." Christopher Dodd
July 14, 2005
"Increasing the size of the military, which the Pentagon has called unnecessary, is not a new idea for Democrats who have sought to highlight their differences with the Bush administration on national security. Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts proposed a similar plan during his presidential campaign." New York Times
June 30, 2005
"Sen. John Kerry, Bush's Democratic opponent in last year's presidential election, told NBC's "Today" show that the borders of Iraq "are porous" and said "we don't have enough troops" there." AP
"I'm going to send him the phone numbers of the very generals and flag officers that I met on Memorial Day when I was in Iraq. There's not enough force on the ground now to mount a real counterinsurgency. The course that we are on now is not a course of success. He (Bush) has to get more folks involved. He has to stand up that army more quickly." Joe Biden
May 30, 2004
"MR. RUSSERT: Would you send more American troops in order to stabilize the situation?
REP. PELOSI: Yes." Meet The Press
"What has changed now to make Democrats be against more troops in Iraq. A decision which was changed as little as ONE MONTH AGO?
Iowa Voice is against an increase in troops, and even they noticed the flip-flop.