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US Republicans, Democrats unite to oppose Bush’s Iraq plan

October 2, 2018
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American Democratic and Republican senators have agreed on compromise wording to a resolution opposing President George W Bushs plan to increase US forces in Iraq The breakthrough measure likely (ABC News — 1 February, 2007)
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Two of the authors of a sterner resolution of disapproval said they would accept a compromise offered by Senator John Warner, a Republican. (New York Times — 2 February, 2007)
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Democratic and Republican opponents of President Bush’s troop-buildup plan joined forces last night behind the nonbinding resolution with the broadest bipartisan backing: a Republican measure from Sen. John W. Warner of Virginia. (Washington Post — 2 February, 2007)
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Revised bipartisan resolution expresses the Senate�s opposition to increasing U.S. forces in Iraq but vows to protect funding for the troops. (Washington Post — 1 February, 2007)
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The Democratic majority leader responded that the move was essentially filibustering a debate of Iraq policy to avoid a judgment on the president. (New York Times — 3 February, 2007)
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Senator John W. Warner has attracted criticism from fellow Republicans over a resolution opposing President Bush’s Iraq policy. (New York Times — 1 February, 2007)
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The top U.S. commander in Iraq told a Senate panel Thursday that he believed it would take fewer than half as many extra troops to improve security in Baghdad as President George W. Bush chose to commit. (CNN — 2 February, 2007)
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