And I suppose Jean Fraud Kerry would do better?
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Several Republicans and Democrats took President Bush to task on Sunday's talk shows over his repeated assertions that all is well in Iraq.
Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona said Bush was not being "as straight as maybe we'd like to see" with the American people about Iraq.
McCain, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said on "Fox News Sunday" that it was "a serious mistake" not to have had enough troops in place "after the initial successes" and that the mistake had led to "very, very significant" difficulties.
OK, let's be clear about some things, people. George W. Bush isn't likely to ever be mistaken for a second Jesus Christ or Albert Einstein. I may even have more to say on that subject after the election. Does that mean we should fire him and hire John Kerry to replace him? Not just "No!" but "Hell, No!" Kerry has been lying about what went on during his time in Viet Nam for 35 years and still doesn't have the decency to take back the things he said. Kerry voted for invading Iraq and then voted against providing the funding our troops needed to prosecute the war properly (but only after he voted for it first.) Kerry can't decide what he really believes about Iraq and stick to one position for two days in a row. The only position he's ever consistently taken is "I'm not George Bush." We know that, Jean Fraud, but the question remains "Well who are you, then?" When you figure that out, please let us know. The description I'm anxious to hear is "one-time presidential candidate and now former Senator."