In my view, history will show that this president never seriously prosecuted this war, never took his responsibility seriously, never provided sufficient resources, never even gave it his full attention. That became clear to me in 2003. I didn't get it beforehand because I just assumed that any American president would understand the gravity of the decisions he was taking and would ensure that he took all means to guarantee victory. But this president didn't. He ran this war like a distracted frat boy, irritated by the distractions it required, and outsourced its execution to two unhinged aides. In other words: he wimped out. Bill Kristol has the gall to call critics of the surge "boneless wonders.' But there is only one truly boneless wonder these past four years, and he is still sitting in the White House.
Under the heading: The Real Boneless Wonder
18 Jan 2007 07:15 am by Andrew Sullivan. Yes, that Andrew Sullivan...
My question is, what took him so long to realize this?