Finally some real discussion of Bush's foreign policy?

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For the first time, someone writes an article discussion the real issues at stake in the foreign policy of the Bush Administration. The conspiracy theory approach and the evil Bush villain but Saddam hero stuff rightly gets dismissed with no argument. The pre-emptive issue gets dodged, without reference to the many decent ways to defend pre-emptive war in a post-9/11 world from within a just war theory, which is unfortunate. The focus is on the problems within the Bush Administration in terms of competing views and Bush's unwillingness to be decisive or to address the issues his advisors are arguing about other than trying to satisfy all of them at once. This is what Democrats should be focusing on, but instead they keep spouting off this endless nonsense about the immorality of deposing one of the worst dictators of our day.

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