It's All Kerry's Fault
By Cassandra D
Conservatives are priceless. When they finally notice that American foreign policy is a disaster, they still can't place responsibility where it belongs.
"Kenneth Adelman, a Reagan administration arms-control official who is close to Vice President Cheney, said he believes foreign policy innovation for White House ended with Bush's second inaugural address, a call to spread democracy throughout the world.
'What they are doing on North Korea or Iran is what [Sen. John F.] Kerry would do, what a normal middle-of-the-road president would do,' he said. 'This administration prided itself on molding history, not just reacting to events. Its a normal foreign policy right now. It's the triumph of Kerryism.'"
Um. Excuse me. It is the triumph of Bush/Cheneyism, and don't think we are going to let you forget it.