If you read the article that is linked to this entry's title you will learn that the Democratic Leadership in the House is thinking about presenting a two-month Iraq War funding bill after Bush vetoes the current legislation. Such a bill has several advantages for Democrats: It keeps the pressure on the administration; it forces Republicans who are vulnerable to a challenge next year to vote repeatedly on the Iraq War; it makes sure that Iraq dominates the national discussion; and it reinforces to Iraqis the need for some sort of political solution to their problems.
There are also down-sides to such a bill. Anti-war activists in the Democratic Party will be angered by what they may see as a sell-out by the Congressional Democrats. It puts Democratic incumbents from Republican leaning districts in a position of either angering potential voters or the activist base of the Democratic Party. All in all,though, it may be the best tactic following the expected Bush veto.