What, you mean that there comes a point where appearances are not enough and that real actual support for national security is necessary? Say it isn't so Congressman Frost:
Democratic Caucus Chairman Martin Frost (D-Texas) said a strong vote for going to war with Iraq may help his party shed, once and for all, its image as the anti-war, anti-military national political organization.
"There's an awareness that if we are going to be back in the majority, the party needs to be seen as -- and not just seen as, but actually -- standing up for a secure America," Frost said.
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