U.S. Senators call on Bush to support Serbia

25 U.S. Senators are asking that the U.S. president supports the democratically elected Serbian government.

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  1. I presume these senators are Republican...aren't they???
    (brian kerry, 8 August 2006 16:42)

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  2. they call for support of Serbia, but not for support of the Serbian solution for Kosovo. That means that those senators do not say something like this "Bush do not support independence for Kosovo"
    (michael, 8 August 2006 17:34)

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  3. Yes, they are republicans. Actually, as I write, another 41 democrats are writing the same. I wish all you Serbs good luck, especially in the Kosovo question. We here in US have totally changed our mind about this black hole called Kosovo.

    Thomas NYC
    (USA1, 8 August 2006 17:51)

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  4. who cares whether they're republicans or democrats. Was it not the democrats that got us into this almighty nightmare? The only difference is that Bill did it with a smile on his face, while he dug the knife in between our ribs. George is at least up front with everything he's doing. It's up to us to move this thing and stop the further disintegration of our country.
    (branka, 8 August 2006 23:40)

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  5. How many ways can I say, "It's about time!!!!!" We need Serbia's help in the War on Terrorism. And handing Kosovo over to Albanians is not going to help the US and would do us a great deal of harm in the long run.

    Would love to know who those Senators are, so I can campaign and vote for them!
    (Mel Wolfe, 8 August 2006 23:43)

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  6. Nope not all of them.
    (Kukuruz, 9 August 2006 08:04)

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  7. 18 republicans and 7 dems...Lott, Santorum, Voinovic, Devine, Cochrane, Inhofe, Salazar, etc...not bad! It was about time that Serbia do something like this on Capitol!
    (Pete, 9 August 2006 13:22)

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