*but were afraid John Kerry would tell you.
Is it just me? I’m getting to the point where I don’t even want to read the flip/flops. It’s like the Rathergate stuff — was very interested in the story but now its just old and depressing. Somebody wake me when Kerry doesn’t flip. Somebody wake me when we actually learn something new about Rathergate — how many columns about peoples reaction or about what it all means for new and old media or whatever can we read?
James, yup, at this point a kerry f/f is like rain in Seattle. Really?
My head is spinning…please make Kerry go away.
HONEY!!! WERE’S THE D$(*N VALIUM?
Surprising Takes on Allawi (UPDATED)
I’m pretty blown away by the largely positive tone of the WaPo’s profile of Allawi: Iraq’s Dynamo Prime Minister Ayad Allawi Generates a Can-Do Aura He is, said a U.S. congressional official who follows Iraq, a tough guy trying to…
Kerry ’97 Vs. Kerry ’04
Senator John Kerry has dramatically changed his point of view on unilateral military action against Saddam Hussein and the former Iraqi regime between 1997 and 2004.
This isn’t a real flip-flop. Kerry was scared by peoples’ — yea, the very voters in Massachusetts who returned him to the Senate for twenty years — attitudes. If he had made clear his own position — that nothing but defeat for the U.S. will do — he would have been lucky to have merely been hounded out of the country.
Now that three years have passed, in which passions have cooled, he can reveal himself to have the same agenda as in 1971.
What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.