Inbox: Jul. 16, 2007

Diplomacy in a Dangerous World

The comparison between John F. Kennedy and President George W. Bush is certainly timely [July 2]. Kennedy had the ability to read the briefings his military advisers put in front of him, while Bush has someone read the information to him. Kennedy had a wealthy father, as Bush does, but he also struck out on his own. Kennedy fought in a war heroically, while Bush did not. Kennedy valued the Constitution as the foundation for our laws, while Bush has trampled it. Our next President must be highly knowledgeable of domestic issues and adept at foreign...

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