BILL CLINTON STILL PREFERS INACTION AND APPEASEMENT (HE'S A LOVER, NOT A FIGHTER)
Bill Clinton thinks the war in Iraq a bad decision and has gone public with that pronouncement. Of course, the man is an expert on "big mistakes," so people are listening.
No surprise that he's picked up the Party of Amnesia's newfound mantra. This is a former president who, following Dick Morris' advice, had daily polling done to assess the prevailing poilitical breezes blowing in off the Potomac, and then made his "small issues" decisions accordingly. He had no more of a strategic plan in his two terms as president, than he displayed a penchant for fidelity towards his wife. And we all know his record of inaction, tantamount to appeasement, vis-a-vis Osama bin Laden and terrorist strikes on U.S. citizens and assets. The U.S.S. Cole episode comes immediately to mind.
Clinton could play "Hamlet" and earn rave reviews with his proclivity for vascillation. God knows he's an actor of the first rank (or, as some might counter, just a rank actor).
HAT-TIP: Matt Drudge
FOLLOW-UP: NewsMax reports on the Clintons' combined 180 degrees' pivot on the war in Iraq. Guess Hillary is only a hawk under her own roof in Chappaqua!