Candidate Fisks Self!

John Kerry in Time magazine:

“I don’t think war is nuanced at all. I think how you take a nation to war is the most fundamental decision a President makes,” he says, “and there’s nothing nuanced at all about keeping your promises. There is nothing nuanced about exhausting remedies that give you legitimacy and consent to go to war. And I refuse ever to accept the notion that anything I’ve suggested with respect to Iraq was nuanced. It was clear. It was precise. It was, in fact, prescient. It was ahead of the curve about what the difficulties were. And that is precisely what a President is supposed to be. I think I was right, 100% correct, about how you should have done Iraq.”


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