If a comprehensive plan to get out of Iraq falls in DC and the media doesn't cover it … [VIDEO]

The administration's latest talking-point is that if Dems think their escalation plan is destined for failure, they should propose a better idea themselves.

One would be hard-pressed to set the bar any lower.

Various Dems have responded, and there's been quite a bit of jockeying for position over the issue within the Party in the past few days. Below, Bob Geiger has a round-up of what's been going on in the Senate -- the non-binding resolutions, the troop caps, etc.

Meanwhile, Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chairs Lynn Woolsey and Barbara Lee, along with 14 co-sponsors, introduced the "Bring Our Troops Home and Sovereignty of Iraq Restoration Act" yesterday -- the most comprehensive, and, in my view, constructive bill yet offered. Here's the short version …

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