Several Iraq War resolutions have been
introduced; it would be no surprise if others
surface as well this coming week.
The resolutions include a wide range of
positions. For example, one states, "It is not in the
national interest of the U.S. to deepen its military
involvement, particularly by escalating the U.S.
military force presence in Iraq". However, that
resolution may not even reach the Senate floor for a
vote. Another, which appears to have the most
bipartisan support, is not strong enough. It states
that the Senate only "...disagrees with the plan to
augment our forces...and believes the U.S. should
continue vigorous operations in Anbar province..."
Finally, another resolution that will be introduced
affirms "full support" for the escalation of the
Iraq War. All resolutions and their status are available
at the U.S.
Senate website. Just "click" on "Active