June 30, 2004

All Mixed Up

Harold Meyerson:

Kerry is rightly concerned, of course, that his vice presidential pick have credibility in matters of national security. The mystery is that anyone still feels that Cheney, and his boss, have any. They invaded Iraq because they believed erroneous evidence (and may still believe it, all actual evidence to the contrary) or, more plausibly, because they could, because they knew they'd feel better afterward.

Wait, I thought that was someone else's line!

P.S. By the by, can't Meyerson do better than recycling old MaDo lines?

Posted by Gregory at June 30, 2004 11:35 PM
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