Sunday, May 4, 2008

Joe Wilson on 'legitimate questions'

Remember Joe Wilson, the preening narcissist who became a hero to the Left because of Plamegate? Well, he just came out with an op-ed column in the Raleigh (N.C.) News & Observer, saying that the controversy over Rev. Jeremiah Wright raises "legitimate questions" about Barack Obama:
Judgment and leadership in foreign policy are not intuitive. They are learned through experience. Obama's long and close relationship with the anti-American hate-monger Wright, his inattention to his responsibilities in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and his careless approach to Iraq all suggest that he would benefit from more experience. We should ask whether we want those lessons to be learned in the White House.
(Via No Quarter.) You gotta love that: Former left-wing hero turns his guns on new left-wing hero. It's a piranha pool.

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