"Brownie (Former FEMA director Michael Brown) is to Katrina what Paul Bremer is to peace in Iraq, what George Tenet is to slam-dunk intelligence, what Paul Wolfowitz is to parades paved with flowers in Baghdad, what Dick Cheney is to visionary energy policy, what Donald Rumsfeld is to basic war planning, what Tom DeLay is to ethics and what George Bush is to 'Mission Accomplished' and 'Wanted Dead or Alive. The bottom line is simple," he continued. "The 'we'll do whatever it takes' administration doesn't have what it takes to get the job done."
Yet, Kerry's speech drew a quick and sharp answer from the Republican National Committee's Tracey Schmitt.
"Armchair- quarterbacking on tough issues has never been a problem for Senator Kerry," she said. "Such tactics haven't served him well in the past, and today is no exception."
Regardless, it's about time John Kerry realize just how insignificant he really is. After all, practically speaking, Kerry didn't run against Bush in 2004, "Anybody But Bush" did. If Kerry, who is rumored to be wanting to rin again in 2008, ever wants to be taken seriously, he'd be wise to develop a plan that doesn't revolve around Michael Moore propaganda and liberal activist groups who simply put.....just hate Bush.
Replaying past mistakes wouldn't be smart, unless he just wants to become even less relevant.