September 08, 2004
ANYONE WHO SAYS THAT IRAQ was "the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time," doesn't have the judgment or the credibility to be President.
But don't take my word for it -- ask John Kerry.
UPDATE: A question:
John Kerry (at least one of them) says that the war on Iraq is not part of the war on terror. He also said that the 1,000th American died in Iraq in the war against terror. How does that work? Is the war in Iraq the war against terror or is it not? Are the soldiers who are there fighting the "wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong time" suddenly become martyrs to the war on terror when they die there?
The message remains a bit muddled.