Sen. Edward Kennedy continues his march to irrelevance with a speech
to the National Press Club attacking the idea of going to war with Iraq. This just when the President is trying to put things together for the final push. I don't know what his specific motives are, although I assume he's sincere about opposing the use of force in the interests of national defense by a Republican president. There were those of us who thought that the passage of a Congressional Resolution actually meant something, and so far, it doesn't seem as though any Democrats who voted for that resolution have backed off from it. Certainly his remarks are more likely to be felt overseas than at home, which is also telling.