“I work with Director Mueller, of the FBI… he comes into my office, when I’m in Washington…”
Which is what, once every other month?
Is anyone counting how many times he attacks Kerry as a “flip flopper” or uses the phrase “weapons of mass destruction?”
Meanwhile, he just can’t get past trying to explain Iraq, trying to justify it. If, more than a year later, he’s still trying to justify his actions, how can his actions be justified at all?
“We pursued Al Qaida wherever Al Qaida tries to hide. Seventy-five percent of known Al Qaida leaders have been brought to justice. The rest of them know we’re after them.”
Well, as long as they know we’re after them, that’s enough.
“That’s kind of a pre-September 10th mentality, the hope that somehow resolutions and failed inspections would make this world a more peaceful place.”
What happened on September 10? Did he know something that day that the rest of us didn’t?
“I don’t think we want to get to how he’s going to pay for all these promises. It’s like a huge tax gap.”
We could have easily afforded it if you had not squandered a record budget surplus. Instead of $30 billion a year on Homeland Security, you could be spending $100 billion. The “huge tax gap” is of your own making.
He refers to President Putin several times as “Vladimir.” Last week he called out “Kofi!” in the halls of the UN.
While it’s all good and wonderful to be on a first name basis with world leaders, don’t you think it’s ultimately quite disrespectful to refer to them this way in public… and in a presidential debate?
By the way, if you’d like to see the rules governing the debates, download the PDF. Think that things aren’t micromanaged by the campaigns? Think again. The PDF is a whopping SEVEN MEGABYTES.