June 17, 2004

BLAMED?:

Bush blamed for al Qaeda (Donald Lambro, 6/16/04, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Iraq is now a battleground between U.S. forces and al Qaeda terrorists, a top national-security adviser to Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign said yesterday.

Florida Sen. Bob Graham made the statement — something no one on President Bush's national-security team would argue with — during a conference call with reporters in which he and former Defense Secretary William Perry sharply attacked the administration's policy in Iraq.


If they're working for the Senator why are they making the President's argument?

Posted by Orrin Judd at June 17, 2004 12:00 AM
Comments

...and in my dream, I saw millions and millions and millions more marching in all the earth's four corners; the young and the decrepit, boys and old men, young maidens and grandmothers, holding placards, voicing protests, shouting slogans...

...critical of Osama bin Laden for having foisted George W. Bush upon the world. Damn you Osama!. Why have you done this wicked thing? Ensuring George Bush, this second-rate cowboy, this born-again incompetent, a second term in office...

...and in their millions of voices, "Damn you Osama"....

Posted by: Barry Meislin at June 17, 2004 3:08 AM

This election presents real choices. Senator Kerry, contrary to his every instinct, is being forced to draw sharp lines between his positions and the President's.

Posted by: David Cohen at June 17, 2004 6:57 AM

David,

What exactly are his positions beyond healthcare? A four day work week?

Posted by: Genecis at June 17, 2004 10:52 AM

He wants the USDA to declare that catsup is a vegetable. Oh, that's been done already ...?

Posted by: jefferson park at June 17, 2004 11:49 AM

He wouldn't have toppled Saddam without UN backing and EU troops.

In other words, he wouldn't have toppled Saddam.

Posted by: David Cohen at June 17, 2004 12:44 PM
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