Saturday, May 03, 2008

About that context for McCain's 100 Years remark

Josh, actually one of his readers, has it right on what considering the context of the above remark means. "The entire, nuanced version seems to me to be essentially this: There's no point to leave Iraq once we've turned it into Korea. (In fact, he says, it would likely prove a handy base.) But, furthermore, it is unconscionable to leave until then. So there exists in the McCain Doctrine, as I understand it, absolutely no level of violence, no level of stability, no turn of events under which he would advocate leaving." I accept most of what what FactCheck.Org is offering up on the context angle yet let's have the conversation please. John Gunn

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