Question Of The Day

April 10th, 2008at 09:02pm Posted by Eli

From loyal Bushie and professional wanker Michael Gerson:

There is little doubt that Americans generally feel that the initial use of military force in Iraq was a mistake. Recent, paradoxical polls show a dramatic increase in the number of people who believe that the war is now going well alongside a hardening majority who believe it should not have been begun. Barack Obama’s strongest argument on Iraq is increasingly about the past.

But presidential elections tend to focus on the future. In spite of their past failures, whom do you trust more to conduct a flawed, messy war in the years ahead? Lincoln or McClellan? Nixon or McGovern? Bush or Kerry? McCain or Obama?

Well, obviously, the candidate that I trust more to conduct a flawed, messy war is McCain.  But I would much rather end the flawed, messy war, which is why I’ll vote for Clinton or Obama.  And cross my fingers.

(h/t dakine… again)

Entry Filed under: Clinton,Elections,Iraq,Media,Obama,Politics,Republicans,Wankers,War


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