My head is still reeling from last night’s speeches, so I want to see if I have this logic down right: Barack Obama is qualified to be commander-in-chief because his judgment on foreign policy has been right and John McCain’s wrong. McCain’s has been wrong because he has agreed with the Bush administration while Obama had the wisdom and foresight to disagree. How do we know that Obama’s vision for foreign policy was right? Because some of his ideas are now being implemented by the Bush administration.
You don’t have to be a fan of the Bush administration’s foreign policy to recognize some twists and turns here.
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