The Christian Science Monitor had this headline:
US senators feel weight of Iraq vote
The Democratic-controlled Congress must decide if resolutions opposing Bush's war strategy will be stern ... or bipartisan.
As the resolution moves to the full Senate next week, it's clear that deep disagreements exist within each party over how best to express doubts about the Iraq war. The result is a vivid -- and very public -- grappling over the terms of their disagreement.
I admit it's a bit late, but better late than never really.