Bipartisanship Breaks Out — On Iraq

Feb 25, 2010 4:28pm

ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports: Could the war over the war be over? Later today, the Senate is expected to pass a bipartisan resolution on Iraq co-authored by John Kerry and John McCain. The resolution “reaffirms the United States’ strong commitment to building a robust, long-term partnership with Iraq that strengthens Iraq’s security, stability, economy, and democracy” and urges the Administration “to devote continued, high-level attention and resources to support the people and government of Iraq, in particular during the critical months after the March 7 elections.” The resolution itself doesn’t really do anything – it’s non-binding – but it is interesting reminder of the broad bipartisan agreement we now see on an issue that had been one of the most divisive in recent history.   

The resolution is expected to pass unanimously.

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