Strategy ’08

Obama vs. the other guy, 2008

Obama Wanted Nuremberg Trials, McCain Attacked. Now…???

Last month we had this:

Obama said he wouldn’t discuss what approach he would take to bring bin Laden to justice if he were apprehended. But he said the Nuremberg trials for the prosecution of Nazi leaders are an inspiration because the victors acted to advance universal principles and set a tone for the creation of an international order.

McCain’s response then?:

Let me be clear, under my administration Osama bin Laden will either be killed on the battlefield or executed. Senator Obama’s failure to comprehend the implication of the Supreme Court decision he embraced and the historical precedent of Nuremberg raise serious questions about judgment and experience and whether Senator Obama is ready to assume the awesome responsibilities of commander in chief.

Today? John McCain on CNN:

Sen. John McCain on Friday said that as president he would consider bringing Osama bin Laden to justice through a Nuremberg-like international trial.

He told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer: “We have various options. The Nuremberg Trials are certainly an example of the kind of tribunal that we could move forward with. I don’t think we’d have any difficulty in devising an international — internationally supported mechanism that would mete out justice. There’s no problem there.”

C’mon people, there’s so much to work with. When do we get to attack?

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July 25, 2008 - Posted by | foreign policy, Uncategorized | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Watching the CNN interview now. To the question: “What’s the first thing you do with the economy?” his reponse is “Restrain spending.”

    My God he has no idea. We really have to win.

    Comment by dansac | July 25, 2008 | Reply


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