Defining moment for a party increasingly losing its soul and its heart. I really wish Sen. Brownback would put Bush on blast for this, because at the heart of all this is Bush betraying the evangelical community that has supported him the most and is only asking for him to lead on this issue. Apparently, we're back in 9/10 mode. Let's not address the serious issues of the War On Terror, like rendition (see the excellent Weekly Standard article opposing rendition here: http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/005/582xauup.asp) or whether its worthy to ignore and literally support genocide in order to make progress in the war on terror. Heavens forbid we define ourselves so we know what we need to do to win and how much of our ideals and laws we have to ignore to do it. When Sudan is the new failed state of the moment and we have to send US troops to hunt down the terrorists who just nuked New York or committed suicide bombings in trains and bridges across America, please remember it was the glorious House Republican leadership and Pres. Bush who arrogantly and ignorantly failed to address the circumstances that would allow it to happen. So let's hear from one half of the bipartisan team that got 98 senators to agree to help stop genocide in Darfur and reduce the threat of a failed state in Sudan.