THE WRONG MAN FOR THE JOB….Michael Kinsley’s rumination yesterday about the history of Western intervention in Iran was an oddly rambling affair, but the man does have a way with words:
When the United States should use its military strength to achieve worthy goals abroad is an important question. But based on [our record in Iraq and Afghanistan], it seems a bit theoretical. It’s like asking whether Donald Trump should use his superpowers to cure AIDS. Or what George W. Bush should say when he wins the Nobel Prize in physics. A more pressing question is: Can’t anyone here play this game?
Nope. George Bush : Fixing National Security Problems :: Herbert Hoover : Fixing National Depressions.