Sunday, September 28, 2008

Kissinger: McCain's right.

Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:06 AM

During Friday night's presidential debate, Barack Obama claimed that one of John McCain's advisers, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, supported his view that the U.S. president should meet with Iran's president and other rogue dictators without preconditions. The point made McCain livid, as he repeatedly pointed out that Kissinger, his friend of 35 years, would never back such a dangerous position. McCain turned out to be right. Kissinger released a statement immediately after the debate. It read: "Sen. McCain is right. I would not recommend the next president of the United States engage in talks with Iran at the presidential level."

"Look, I'll sit down with anybody, but there's got to be preconditions," McCain said during the debate. He painted Obama's previously stated position as reckless and naive. (It is. Obama has been spending too much time with Biden. They both love to make stuff up.)

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1 comment:

Mike West said...

I'm afraid McCain's several references to the past made him seem too old. Unfortunately, that's the shallow way many look at issues like this. The heck with the truth. Obama confused the issue to the point where I could barely follow it.