Bush and Russia's Putin
Original post made by A Boomer, Another Palo Alto neighborhood, on Jun 5, 2007
Without passing muster on the idea of the missiles themselves, and whether or not the case can be made for this particular action by the United States and its allies, I think this points out something more profound and disconcerting about this President. His history of mis-managing foreign policy during his time in office gives this writer no confidence whatsoever that he 1. understands the policy 2. can make a compelling case with our friends for it or 3. negotiate with countries such as Russia which have a skeptical view of this idea.
A boy is out doing a man's work.
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