Here’s a question John McCain needs to ponder:
As the clatter of construction work shows, it is easier to talk about closing Guantánamo than to do it. Even shuttering it would not settle the most fundamental question raised by this notorious prison: what to do with its inmates.
Gitmo is at best an unfortunate solution to a nasty problem. But the alternatives all seem worse. Why can’t the candidates address this — especially McCain, who’s running as the national security guy?