My pal Greg Sargent caught this from the NY Times: Mr. Bayh's support of authorizing force in Iraq stands in sharp contrast to Mr. Obama's oft-stated
August 11, 2008

My pal Greg Sargent caught this from the NY Times:

Mr. Bayh's support of authorizing force in Iraq stands in sharp contrast to Mr. Obama's oft-stated view that he showed the good judgment to oppose the conflict from the start. After his vote, Mr. Bayh in early 2003 joined Mr. McCain as an honorary co-chairman of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, which made regime change in Iraq its central cause.
"He was not only wrong, he was aggressively wrong," said Tom Andrews, national director of the Win Without War coalition, referring to Mr. Bayh. "In my view, he would contradict if not undermine the Obama message of change, turning a new page on foreign policy and national security."

No on Kaine, no on Bayh, no on Hagel, no on Nunn...You know who I like...Do you think it'll be a pick that has not been discussed by the media so far?

And Duncan reminds us of the great NY Post gaffe of the decade about Kerry's choice for VP.

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