It takes one to know one

The childish retort taunt "It takes one to know one" came to mind reading Mr. Valerie Plame's  (otherwise known as Joseph C. Wilson) denunciation of Saint Barak H. Obama and his lack of experience--especially compared to one Joseph C. Wilson--at the huff and puff Huffington Post. 
Obama's gyrations on Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran are not the actions of one imbued with superior intuitive judgment, but rather the machinations of a political opportunist looking to avoid having his fingerprints on any issue that might be controversial, and require real judgment, while preserving his freedom to bludgeon his adversary for actually taking positions as elected office demands. It is hard to discern whether Senator Obama is a man of principle, but it is clear that he is not a man of substance. And that judgment, based on his hollow record, is inescapable.
Read the whole delicious thing. 
The childish retort taunt "It takes one to know one" came to mind reading Mr. Valerie Plame's  (otherwise known as Joseph C. Wilson) denunciation of Saint Barak H. Obama and his lack of experience--especially compared to one Joseph C. Wilson--at the huff and puff Huffington Post. 
Obama's gyrations on Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran are not the actions of one imbued with superior intuitive judgment, but rather the machinations of a political opportunist looking to avoid having his fingerprints on any issue that might be controversial, and require real judgment, while preserving his freedom to bludgeon his adversary for actually taking positions as elected office demands. It is hard to discern whether Senator Obama is a man of principle, but it is clear that he is not a man of substance. And that judgment, based on his hollow record, is inescapable.
Read the whole delicious thing.