Ben Nelson
has been a guest of The Colbert Report
and got nailed in the process
Stab in the back?
Or slap in the face?
Ben Nelson is one of America's Frenemies.
Ben Nelson
is a United States Senator
for the state of Nebraska


Former host of The Joker's Wild.

Ben Nelson is a Senator for Nebraska. Technically a Democrat, he shows the kind of moderation that a real American shows, much like The Greatest Senator.

In July of 2007, Sen. Nelson helped liberate Vice President Cheney's funding from the liberals. Thanks to him, Cheney can return to covertly giving money to heroes like Scooter Libby who need it to pay legal fines and fees.


July 16, 2007

Better Know A Senator

People keep talking about the Iraq War because the Immigration Legislation isn't going anywhere, just like the Iraq War.

If we don't talk about the war, it won't bother us.

Sectarian violence ≠ civil war

Wants to macromanage the war

Benchmarks aren't a good idea because it makes the enemy think our Congress doesn't trust our President

By not picking a specific date for withdrawal of troops from Iraq, Senator Nelson is supporting Our President.


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an important thing for most people

the war is like a relationship, dont talk about it it will get better

wouldn't withdraw or micromanage war change the mission

Ben doesn't know what the commander in chief is allowed to do

talks alot about redeployment

benchmarks are not good; they help the enemy

8/18 is a gentleman's passing grade (?)

round 8 up to 10 add the other 8 that is all of the benchmarks

why should Stepehen know, if he knows, the terrorists know

nelson is afraid of the dark side and wants transparency

will not support a date for withdrawal, he supports the president!

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