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Sunday, August 21, 2005

Even Dianne Feinstein....

...recognizes that the anti-war left has jumped off the deep end.

H/T Drudge:

Veterans groups and history buffs had hoped that tourists in San Francisco could walk the same teak decks [of the USS Iowa] where sailors dodged Japanese machine-gun fire and fired 16-inch guns that helped win battles across the South Pacific.

But city supervisors voted 8-3 last month to oppose taking in the ship, citing local opposition to the Iraq war and the military's stance on gays, among other things.

"If I was going to commit any kind of money in recognition of war, then it should be toward peace, given what our war is in Iraq right now," Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi said.

Wow. Just wow.

Feinstein called it a "very petty decision."

"This isn't the San Francisco that I've known and loved and grew up in and was born in," Feinstein said.

Um, Dianne, call your office, the Democratic party isn't what you grew up and were born in anymore.

Your Co-Conspirator,
ARC: Brian