Saturday, August 16, 2008

A Contrast

Regarding the situation in Georgia:

John McCain has taken a strong stand from the start. His statement, "We are all Georgians," echoes John F. Kennedy's "Ich bin ein Berliner." Barack Obama, after a weak opening statement, has also condemned the Russian actions. But his own speech before the Prussian Victory Column in Berlin showed an incomplete appreciation of history.
- Michael Barone

I have been writing today about the great danger that faces our nation. Which would you rather have: someone who can't make up his mind about what he should do or someone who can make a quick, decisive statement and stick by it? Ask Vlad how far niceness and political correctness will get you.

As weird as it is to admit it, Hillary Clinton would have handled this situation better than Barack Obama did.

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