It's not too late
The Democratic "leadership" has wimped out already, agreeing to remove timelines from the Iraq funding bill. I don't know why they would "compromise" with a man with approval ratings in the low 30s who is moving forward with an unpopular war, but i bet they think they were being strategic and trying to not look like hardliners. Here's how that "strategy" has been perceived:
Here's how it plays in the media:
Despite the failure of our "leaders", its still possible to reject this by getting the rank and file Democratic congress people to vote against the watered down bill. If you care, you can call or email your representative and tell them you don't support removing the timelines and that they should vote no.
By fnord12 | May 23, 2007, 11:16 AM | Liberal Outrage
You need to stop reading American News. The BBC headline is a lot less partisan.
Damn that liberal media bias!
But, anyway, this might be slightly misogynistic, but when I heard this news, I exclaimed, "PUSSIES!" and I think that's what most Americans will also think whether they agreed with them or not.