Did the House just vote on the bill that will drive drive Joe Lieberman permanently insane? Opinions vary.
The point will become moot if Harry Reid does him in first:
The Reid Joint Resolution builds on the longstanding Democratic position on Iraq and the Levin-Reed Amendment: the current conflict in Iraq requires a political solution, Iraq must take responsibility for its own future, and our troops should not be policing a civil war. It contains binding language to direct the President to transition the mission for U.S. forces in Iraq and begin their phased redeployment within one-hundred twenty days with a goal of redeploying all combat forces by March 31, 2008. A limited number of troops would remain for the purposes of force protection, training and equipping Iraqi troops, and targeted counter-terror options. A full description of the Reid Joint Resolution is attached to this release.
Reid is probably feeling feistier than Pelosi because this bill by itself will never break a filibuster. Then again, if Reid tacks it onto the appropriations bill like Pelosi did then it might not have to.