Why A John Kerry Presidency Would Lead To Doom In Iraq
Despite the inordinate amount of time that has been spent debating foreign affairs during this election season, particularly the situation in Iraq, there is a crucial issue that hasn’t yet received the attention that it deserves. The ignored point in question is how John Kerry’s over-the-top campaign rhetoric would make it almost impossible for him to successfully deal with Iraq.
While Kerry’s position on Iraq has wildly shifted to and fro over the last couple of years, his most recent comments have been particularly outlandish and irresponsible.
Kerry has called Iraq “a profound diversion from (the war on terrorism)”, opined that the US shouldn’t have invaded in the first place, and has called it “the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time”. (Cont)