I wonder what Frank Wolf has to say about the "Responsible Plan to End the War in Iraq" offered by a number of Democratic congressional candidates. I particularly wonder about the part I've bolded below, given that Rep. Wolf has acted as a rubber stamp for the Bush Administration in both those areas.:
Originating outside the Beltway and based on consultations with retired generals and other national security experts on a path forward to end the war, the challengers’ document lays out a series of actions for Congress to take to end United States military involvement in Iraq, strengthen America and improve our standing around the world, restore accountability and checks and balances to our government and work toward energy independence.
UPDATE: Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure Frank Wolf doesn't agree with this:
Creating a new, U.S.-centered energy policy: Finally, we are clearly tied to Iraq through our dependence on oil, which makes us vulnerable. Moving away from that dependence is necessary for strategic, economic, and environmental reasons.