Reid angrily dismissed another bipartisan effort would require Bush to develop a comprehensive plan based on the Iraq Study Group's recommendations. Under that amendment, the White House would be free to adjust timetables for the removal of U.S. combat forces and the transition of the mission to training and counterterrorism.
Reid said the amendment "doesn't have the teeth of a toothless tiger."
Is this "effort" the Salazar amendment? Does this dismissal mean that Reid won't back the measure to come up for a vote?
UPDATE: Well, according to this new WaPo story, Reid is talking about the Salazar plan:
But although Alexander and Salazar have more than a half-dozen sponsors in each party, their plan was under assault from both Democrats and the White House. Reid derided the idea as weak, saying "it doesn't have the teeth of a toothless tiger."