Thursday, July 27, 2006


One of the enduring mysteries of our times is why people who have shown either no leadership, or even absolutely disastrous judgment, on foriegn policy issues are still given credit for being important foreign policy voices. One can find many partial explanations for this phenomenon, but even those can't explain the odd case of Joe Lieberman.

The war in Iraq is the issue of our time. Where's Lieberman on the issue? What does he think we should do about it?

On his campaign website he offers no information.