From a reader:
Pointing out that John Kerry is inconsistent on Iraq is like pointing out that Bart Simpson has problems with authority. But still, this latest line from Kerry’s interview with Don Imus yesterday caught my attention.
IMUS: “Do you think there are any circumstances we should have gone to war in Iraq, any?”
KERRY: “Not under the current circumstances, no. There are none that I see. I voted based on weapons of mass destruction…”
(Quote taken from Jim Geraghty’s Kerry Spot blog.)
Wasn’t it just ONE MONTH ago that Kerry said he would have voted to approve force even if he had known then what we know now about the absence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? And if there are NO circumstances under which we should have gone to war with Iraq, why did Kerry vote yes–for any reason?!?
I think all reporters on Kerry’s campaign plane should be issued mega doses of Dramamine–not for air-sickness but for the head-spinning changes in Kerry’s beliefs.