In typical Feingold fashion, he says he supports the troops, at the same time he is proposing cutting off funding for the troops.
Feingold suggests cutting off funds for war
And Feingold is not just suggesting not funding the so-called "surge", he wants all the funds cut!
Feingold's comments came a day after President Bush announced his plan to send 21,500 more troops to Iraq.
"And I'm not talking here only about the surge or escalation," Feingold said.
Beginning next week, Feingold plans on holding hearings-
Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., has scheduled a hearing next Tuesday in his Judiciary Committee subcommittee to explore whether Congress has the authority to cut off funding for the U.S. military campaign in Iraq. The move comes as Congress prepares to vote on a congressional resolution opposing President Bush's escalation of the war.
Speaking of a surge or an escalations- Feingold's hatred for Bush has now "surged" and "escalated" to the next level.