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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Liz Cheney: The Indecision on Afghanistan Is "Completely Inexcusable" - Video 11/22/09

Here is video of Liz Cheney on "This Week" saying that the lack of a decision on Afghanistan is "completely inexcusable."

Liz Cheney said "I think it's just completely inexcusable that we've now had month after month of photo-op out of the White House and no decision." She said "the President is very fond of saying, "before I commit troops I'm going to think very carefully about it," somebody in the White House needs to remind him he's already committed troops. We've got American men and women in Afghanistan today."


Anonymous,  November 22, 2009 at 5:58 PM  

I have to say, I never realised that conservatives actually make a lot of sense.

I'll be honest, as a democrat, I couldn't stand Dick Cheney (or Bush for that matter), and therefore automatically hated anyone with the last name cheney.

I have been listening to Liz Cheney for about a year now. This woman is so articulate and focused on her points. I hope she runs for office, this democrat/independent would absolutely 100% support her. Go LIZ!!

Liberalism really is like a mental sickness :)
Once you are "cured", you think much more clearly

Larry S November 22, 2009 at 8:45 PM  

How in the world would anyone ever consider Liz Cheney to be anything but a pale imitation of her father?

Can't the Republicans find candidates who aren't trying to compensate for their inadequate fathers? That mistake was made with George W. and it would simply be repeating itself if Liz were elected anything other than local dogcatcher.

nintendo dsi r4 November 22, 2009 at 11:09 PM  

I believe the decision has been made long time ago: Not doing anything so that the situation there will get worse and will be easier for him to call the troops home. The more troops die, and the more chaotic the situation is, the better.

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