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Ruffini On The Democratic Debate

You can always count on keen insight from Patrick Ruffini:

The key moment in the debate came when Dennis Kucinich said he would take no action if there was actionable intelligence about Osama bin Laden's whereabouts. It was meaningful not for what happened, but for what didn't happen. None of the candidates used this to tee up their Commander-in-Chief credentials in the same way that Ron Paul was drop-kicked in the GOP debate. When asked, Obama gave the right answer, but without passion. Inexplicably, Hillary went off on a vague non-sequitur about these being complicated situations and reminding us of her husband's failure to get bin Laden with cruise missiles. That's the moment where she lost the debate. If there was a question where even Democrats could show some bite and passion on national security, you'd think it's Afghanistan and the fight against al-Qaeda. Save for Joe Biden, I saw none of that this entire debate. Instead, what we got was milquetoast and lots of happy talk about diplomacy.

'Happy talk about diplomacy.' The Democratic answer for everything.

Posted by Ken McCracken · 3 June 2007 09:43 PM

Comments

Ummm...it appears Ruffini isn't telling the truth, as usual. The question was asked if one would fire a missile at OBL knowing civilians would die in the attempt.

Left that part out, huh, Ken?

All Dem candidates said they would--except Kucinich.

Given the fact Young Master Bush has abandoned looking for OBL, saying he's unimportant (after earlier boasts he would get OBL "dead or alive")--it's surprising Ruffini would wish to highlight Young Master Bush's continued failures.

Posted by: Jadegold at June 4, 2007 08:41 AM

LOL

Oh yeah, if Bush got intel as to where OBL is, he is just going to yawn and say 'nevermind'.

How's the weather on Planet Moonbat, Jadegold?

Getting warm there, yet?

Posted by: Ken McCracken at June 4, 2007 02:01 PM

Posted by: printing paper supply at June 10, 2007 11:31 PM