Sunday, August 28, 2005

"The president is not going to meet with us, probably," Sheehan said. "We the people need to influence our congressional representatives, and I hear he's pretty close by," she added, referring to DeLay.

A spokeswoman for DeLay said his schedule was already set and did not plan to change it to meet with Sheehan.

"Mr. DeLay disagrees with those who believe we should give the terrorists the timeline they want and simply cut and run from the war in Iraq," said DeLay spokeswoman Shannon Flaherty.

Yes, and DeLay also disagreed with those who believed the case for war was weak, those who believed the WMD claim was a sham and that we shouldn't have involved ourself in Iraq to begin with.

And he's dogged by ethics charges with new details emerging weekly.

With leadership like this, who needs the Bible belt?

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