Responding to these four questions would let us know exactly where he stands on the war.
Democrats no longer talk of the 18 benchmarks for measuring progress in Iraq because so much progress has now taken place.
The Cedar Revolution in Lebanon, elections in Egypt, reform in Turkey — the democratic promises of 2005 did not fail to materialize. They just took three years to arrive.
Not only is former -- and possibly future -- presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg certain of what's good for you, he knows you lack the sense to choose it, declares Abe Greenwald.
What attribute do all this year's candidates share? Abe Greenwald has done the hard thinking.
The adoration of the charismatic political newcomer, the image-consciousness, deference to public opinion, and lack of conviction all feel disturbingly familiar to Abe Greenwald. So do the concerns over Obama's policies should he reach the Oval Office.