Friday, October 08, 2004

Glenn Reynolds: Kerry's Case Collapses

(Via Powerline)

Glenn reynolds has outlined the collapse of John Kerry's foreign policy case at Read this, pass it to your friends.

Powerline has also directed us to this statement by Mickey Kaus from Slate:

If a man says he has a gun, acts like he has a gun, and convinces everyone around him he has a gun, and starts waving it around and behaving recklessly, the police are justified in shooting him (even if it turns out later he just had a black bar of soap). Similarly, according to the Duelfer report, Saddam seems to have intentionally convinced other countries, and his own generals, that he had WMDs. He also convinced much of the U.S. government. If we reacted accordingly and he turns out not to have had WMDs, whose fault is that?

Like everything else that has happened, the Democrats of course blame the Prtesident and the United States, not eh brutal dictator waving the gun.

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