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Saturday, January 22, 2005

White House Blasts Dems for Condi Delay

From Newsmax More sour grapes conduct from the Democrats. Are they ever going to learn that these kind of tactics are only playing into the hands of the republicans. Just look at Tom Daschle to see what people think of people holding up the Senate. Condi Rice is qualified and will be a grat Secratary of State and KKK Byrd puts a stop to here confirmation. What BS!!!!!
Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005 12:14 a.m. EST

White House Blasts Dems for Condi Delay

A day after ex-Ku Klux Klansman Robert Byrd forced the full Senate to delay a confirmation vote for the first African-American woman ever nominated as Secretary of State, White House chief of staff Andrew Card blasted Senate Democrats for playing "petty politics." According to the Boston Herald, Card said that the insult would not soon be forgotten, warning Democrats that they "are poisoning any hopes for bipartisanship."

Late Wednesday, Sen. Byrd announced his decision to put the brakes on Dr. Rice's confirmation, complaining through his spokesman: "The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has held two days of hearings. Senators should have a chance to review those hearings, read the transcripts, and think about their votes before casting them.�
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