Thursday, September 13, 2007

Glenn Reynolds and K-Lo: Bush isn't tough enough to be president.

McCain said it -- and Putzy linked to K-Lo.
Senator Clinton said that believing General Petraeus' testimony requires a 'willing suspension of disbelief.' I think it willingly suspends disbelief to not repudiate an advertisement run by a radical left wing organization that impugns and dishonors the integrity of a man who has served his nation with dedication all of his life. If you're not tough enough to repudiate a scurrilous, outrageous attack such as that, then I don't know how you're tough enough to be President of the United States."
I'm still waiting for Bush to repudiate the outrageous and scurrilous attacks on Kerry's service by the radical right wing Swift Boat Liars. As I recall, McCain -- to his credit -- renounced them. But he certainly didn't make that a requirement for Bush -- nor did he call into question Bush's "toughness" for his failure to do so.

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