DATE: 9/24/2003 10:22:00 AM
Then and Now - Tom Daschle
"I really do believe that partisanship ought to stop at the water's edge when it comes to foreign policy," Daschle said. "And on something this delicate, this extraordinarily problematic, for us to use it as a soapbox, in my view is wrong."
"He came before the international community and he could have made the case for more troops, for more resources. He didn't do that," Senate Minority Leader Thomas A. Daschle (D-S.D.) said. "He hasn't presented a plan to the United Nations. He hasn't presented one to this country or to this Congress. It was a missed opportunity, and that's very disappointing."