October 10, 2002


PROFILES IN LAMENESS: After weeks of testing every possible tentative (but weak) critique of the war, Tom Daschle jumps on board after a careful, measured, and deeply serious assessment of the polls.

Meanwhile, Robert Byrd is proving to be the most obnoxious man in Congress (and that's saying something). Seventy-five Senators stopped him from carrying out his own little unilateral strike, a filibuster to delay the war resolution. As you can see from the last line in this report, the old bat's foreign policy thinking is still stuck in the 60s.

Posted by John Tabin at October 10, 2002 05:57 PM