Thursday, July 24, 2008

Wrong, over and over and over and over again

More here:
But nevertheless, even if we accept McCain's unsophisticated spin at face value, there's just not much of an argument here. McCain, faced with the most important national security and foreign policy decision in a generation, got the war wrong. Indeed, he kept getting the war wrong, telling Americans we had to "stay the course" while the Bush/Rumsfeld policy was failing miserably. Now there's a sovereign Iraqi government, and wouldn't you know it, the prime minister thinks McCain is still wrong.

And the surge is supposed to be the saving grace? McCain got the big question wrong, and was half-right about a tactical decision after supporting a half-decade of failure? Please.

1 comment:

June said...

You're right...he's wrong...a lot!