There are more and more questions now over a widening divide in the Democratic party over the President's war policy. When the House of Representatives passed the approval for additional war spending this week, 102 Democrats opposed it.
The vote came in a week when more than 90,000 documents pertaining to the war in Afghanistan were leaked online and published in the New York Times.
To get the perspective, we talked to two Democratic members of Minnesota's congressional delegation.
First, 1st District Rep. Tim Walz, who spent 24 years in the Army National Guard tells All Things Considered host Tom Crann why he approved the $59 billion dollar plan. Then, 5th District Rep. Keith Ellison tells us why he voted against the war funding.