From Drudge: Hundreds of former commanders and military colleagues of presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry are set to declare in a signed letter that he is “unfit to be commander-in-chief.”
It’s worth mentioning that for all that I won’t be supporting Mr. Bush this November, I certainly won’t be supporting Mr. Kerry either. I’m quite happy with either Mr. Nolan or Mr. Russo, although the Libertarian delegate count appears to be favoring Mr. Russo right now. Two candidates who actually support upholding the Constitution, will wonders never cease!
Wesley Clark was a prodiguous ass, no doubt about it, but there was a kernel of wisdom in that incident when he got snippy and pulled rank on Lt. Kerry. Someone who’s never had executive experience will probably make a worse commander-in-chief than one who has, even if that executive experience comes from outside the military. Add to that the fact that hundreds of his former military colleagues don’t trust him with the responsibility, well, I suppose it doesn’t really matter. He’s planning on handing the whole thing over to Koffi and friends anyhow.
If I subscribed to the lesser of two evils argument, I’d certainly prefer Bush over Kerry. But since both of them are promising to further molest the Constitution, I see no reason to support either.