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10/19/2009

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Hello,Well, isn't this fun. A party on a rainy Sunday afternoon. I have brhguot half a bottle of Dalwhinnie and a plate of Chocolate Courgette Cake. Oh, and my dog Rufus Whippet has tagged along too to see if there is anything tasty to eat.I live in the Vale of Glamorgan usually but I have been in the Auvergne, France for the summer in my son's Moulin.I am not really a writer, but a reader and, of course writers need these.

Thanks to everyone who dreppod by The Nut Press this weekend for the Wales Blog Party. I've had so much fun. There's been a great mix of lovely friends and new people among the party-goers and I'm having a brilliant time checking out some fabulous new blogs. I hope you've all enjoyed it too and thanks for making it such a success! Kath x

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You reinforce false firmang by blaming Democrats for cutting funding when ite2€™s the President standing in the way.You're funny. Answered below.The options the Democrats had pursued up to now involved a withdrawal timetable or benchmarks with teeth. Both of these were perfectly good options for forcing a change in our Iraq policy.Except they both attempted to usurp the President's authority in conducting military actions. They can try but it is well within the President's right to veto such attempts.Neither can honestly be described as cutting off funding.I didn't say these two options were. My question is what other option is available other than cutting funding. Throwing bills at the President he said he would veto will not look nor spin in the democrats favor, this has to be obvious.I do have a question for JimC: are you really trying to say youe2€™re hearing this argument for the first time?I have not heard this specific argument, that it is the President who is blocking funding but rather it is the President blocking Congress from dictating how the military is run. I don't want to get into all the details of why I believe this way and how you think I'm an idiot (or something else), etc etc, but one thing is clear, Bush is the current Commander-in-Chief, until that changes, he calls the shots for our military. Also is clear, Congress controls the money. Bush can determine how the war is fought. Congress determines how it is funded. Bush therefore cannot control the funding except when it is tied to something he will veto, e.g. time tables for withdrawal. We can go back and forth on this topic until ones of us quits, but Congress dictating how the war is conducted is something the President should veto. If Congress doesn't like that reality, then they need to substitute their own, by impeaching the President. However, that too, like the rest of the new Congress' agenda would most likely fail. So, either they pucker up or stand up, stand on the promises to end the war, and cut the funding. Anything else is futile.

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