This morning on This Week With George Stephanopolous, McCain said: the vote of disapproval put forth by Congress was, ‘a vote of No- Confidence against our troops.’
Excuse me but that is pure pandering to the Conservatives. Congress’s vote was, certainly, a vote of No-Confidence—but it had nothing to do with the troops. It had everything to do with Bush’s policy or, more accurately, lack of policy, in Iraq.
Obviously, he’s taking a page from Bush’s book: Let’s twist the facts and put words in the mouths of the Congressional Democrats.
Hey! It worked for Bush! Right up until he GOT into the White House. After that, not so good.
But, McCain is taking yet another lesson from W: he’ll let the way he’s planning to actually govern the country wait till after he gets the job. Till then, he’ll simply spout stupid rhetoric--just like Bush does.