Last Wednesday, I asked them to say the following:
Though we had United Nations approval for the [Gulf] war, and though we built this immense, multilateral coalition, it still wasn't enough for John Kerry. One shudders to think what sort of coalition would pass John Kerry's 'global test' and cause him to actually defend America's interestsLast night, Bush finally did it, saying:
In 1990, there was a vast coalition put together to run Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait. The international community, the international world said this is the right thing to do, but when it came time to authorize the use of force on the Senate floor, my opponent voted against the use of force.The debates are finally over, with the main damage against Bush being done in the first one. Things are basically even. The administration now has slightly less than three weeks to use all that money they raised to put John Kerry's record on defense out there for all to see. If you read between the lines of Kerry's debate responses, it becomes obvious that his answers are the typical liberal Democrat answers. The country always rejects those answers when they're put in plain language. The Bush campaign needs to use the remaining days to put Kerry's answers into plain language.
Apparently you can't pass any test under his vision of the world.