March 14, 2006

A stirring defense of indecision

Greenwald on Kevin Drum:

"Kevin -- just like the Democratic Senators whose evasiveness and indecision he appears to admire -- never actually says whether he favors the censure resolution or not. Instead, he begins by dismissively assuring us that he has no substantive problem with censuring Bush ("Sure, censure away. God knows Bush deserves it"), only to then give one reason after the next why Democrats shouldn't censure Bush. Kevin's begins his argument with a moving declaration of defeat, followed by an inquiry into the "theatrics" of Feingold's opposition to George Bush's on

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