Here, folks, is it. From "A One-Term Senator":
[James] Webb did accomplish much in his short time in the Senate. The expanded G.I. Bill makes it easier for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to afford a college education.He sponsored a minor change to the sweeping Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 and he "started an important conversation" that few in America give two squirts about.
He started an important discussion about reforming America's criminal justice system -- work we hope will continue even after Webb leaves the Senate. America incarcerates far too many ... [blah blah blah]
He sure did accomplish ... much?
Odd there's no mention of his important votes while he was in the Senate. Like when he voted YES on Obamacare. And when he voted NO on prohibiting minors crossing state lines for abortion. And when he voted YES on Obama's "stimulus" package. And when he voted YES on that moronic "Cash for Clunkers" program. And when he voted YES on creating a Democratic House seat in the city of Washington D.C. And when he voted NO on requiring that people prove who they are with I.D. before they vote in federal elections. And when he voted (over and over again) YES to extending unemployment payments (in perpetuity). And when he voted YES on raising the minimum wage. And when he endorsed George Allen in 2000. (oops, never mind) and when he voted YES on that unqualified candidate for the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor. And then there were all those budgets ...
Come to think of it, James Webb did accomplish much.
Man, are we glad he's leaving. Any more "accomplishments" and we'd surely all be in trouble.