October 29, 2004

HOPE IS NOT A STRATEGY: David Hogberg takes issue with the notion that electing John Kerry would force him and his party to take the terror threat seriously. Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and even tough guy Ronald Reagan under-reacted. He argues with Andrew Sullivan in particular. (I do not mean to pick on Sullivan. I know where he’s coming from. I made the same argument a month ago myself.)

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