Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Field Marshall Von Krugman, Reporting for Duty

It's a sure sign that we're at full employment when a major newspaper can't find a real military expert to analyze the situation in Iraq. As silly as the battlefield advice from the Princeton economist was, this is my favorite:

If Senator John Kerry really has advisers telling him not to attack Mr. Bush on national security, he should dump them. When Dick Cheney is saying vote Bush or die, responding with speeches about jobs and health care doesn't cut it.

Bring it on! It works for me. My advice would be for Cheney to respond to any such Kerry attacks, with a breezy:

If John Kerry is such a big time military man, how come he enlisted in 1966, for six years, in the navy (two years before George W. Bush entered the Air National Guard) but didn't get his honorable discharge until 1978? Five years after the President received his On October 1, 1973.

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