Here's one of her quotes from a speech given in Louisville Ky., that makes her timetable issue perfectly clear (I'm sure that Bill knows all about her rejection)......
"The time has come for the administration to stop serving up platitudes and present a plan for finishing this war with success and honor," she said. "I reject a rigid timetable that the terrorists can exploit, and I reject an open timetable that has no ending attached to it.
"Instead, I think we need a plan for winning and concluding this war, and the president can begin by taking responsibilities for the false assurances, faulty evidence and mismanagement of this war." ---- Huh ?? As Rush would say - "Victory is victory, and it's not determined by a timetable. World War II did not go by as quickly as you think".
Also, as noted in the NY Post - The president quoted Lieberman in his Wednesday "victory strategy" address at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Meanwhile, Sen. Clinton — seeing polls showing the American public appearing to turn against the Iraq War — heads off in the other direction.
In its own way, this capitulation is as foolish as the anti-war Left's "Withdraw now!" strategy. Will they really believe Hillary's sudden change of heart?
Sen. Clinton may learn, to her dismay, that a similar rule applies in war and in politics: Americans will follow and continue to support individuals of principle — even if they disagree with a specific decision or strategy.
However, finger-in-the-wind waverers who buckle at the first sign of adversity rarely find favor in any camp.
In the end, of course, that's between Clinton and her political advisers.
Meanwhile, Americans who care truly about winning the War on Terror have cause to be disappointed in the junior senator from New York.
Here's everything she said.