Friday, June 27, 2008

Newsday Editorializes on H.Con.Res. 362

A Newsday editorial today on H.Con.Res. 362 concludes:

"Though the resolution doesn't use the word 'blockade,' its critics say that those restrictions would amount to one. They fear that this resolution could set off an unpredictable cascade of action-reaction that would help those in the Bush administration who still favor a military strike against Iran.

"Whether the fears are correct or not, this doesn't seem to qualify as a 'noncontroversial' resolution, a category usually reserved for statements lauding music education or deploring cancer. Let's have a full debate on this one. "

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