Saturday, August 16, 2008

McCain sees Georgian conflict as the ‘first serious crisis’ in post-Cold War era

Steve Benen, Crooks and Liars: Once in a while, the depth of John McCain’s foreign policy confusion stops being funny, and starts getting scary.

About a month ago, McCain said the war in Iraq is the “first major conflict since 9/11,” which seemed pretty odd given the war in Afghanistan.
But this is considerably worse.

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