Darcy is running hard against the Auburn fly-weight, Rep. Dave "Hollywood" Reichert, the 401st most influential man in Congress.
Burner will speak with Rachel about The Responsible Plan to End The War in Iraq, a substantive 36-page exit strategy for the seemingly intractable mess we're in written by a group of Democratic congressional candidates with some military experts.
Darcy lays it out in a Seattle Times op-ed here.
Reichert is inextricably attached to President Bush's existential tactical plans that have us tied up in Iraq for a hundred years if you believe John McCain, the elderly GOP hopeful running for Bush's third term.
Bush's definition of success in Iraq is not unlike Justice Potter Stewart's definition of pornography: "I know it when I see it."
Burner, et al got tired of waiting for success to reveal itself.
Forty eight candidates have now signed on to the document
Meanwhile, the Reichert campaign is sticking to their campaign strategem: "It's the Green River, stupid;"
As Reichert says, "I am not afraid, I've had people point guns at me."