Friday, September 21, 2007

So, Now You're Complaining About It?

Regarding the president's intimation that he would veto the SCHIP bill being bipartisanly put together in Congress:

"I'm disappointed by the president's comments," said Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa), who urged Bush, in an early-morning telephone conversation yesterday, to support the emerging bipartisan compromise. "Drawing lines in the sand at this stage isn't constructive. . . . I wish he would engage Congress in a bill that he could sign instead of threatening a veto."

Yeah, how could the president do that after such a distinguished record of compromise?

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