What Warner really wants

Mellman, Mark S.
July 2007
Hill;7/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 87, p24
The author reflects on Representative John Warner request for the U.S. President. He said that Warner wants the U.S. President to take all possible options before making a decision. He stressed that not only Warner has expressed his concern for the presidents action but also the American people and majority of the U.S. congress requires the president to consider all available options before doing whatever he wants. He added that the Republicans require President Bush to think.


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