Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Election update

Aw, they're slow dancing.

WASHINGTON (AP) — John McCain's stance on the war is unambiguous: He voted for it, supports the current enhanced U.S. troop presence in Iraq and vigorously opposes any timetable to withdraw.

The public's stance on the war is as equivocal as McCain's is not: A strong majority opposes it and believe it was wrong in the first place, but more find McCain better suited to handle Iraq than his Democratic presidential rival, Barack Obama.

First off, McCain served, so he'd logically make the better Commander in Chief. Secondly, even though we shouldn't have gone in, we have to clean up our mess.

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