Looking Forward to Glenn Greenwald's Column Endorsing McCain
Greenwald looks at what Mitt Romney was doing
during the Vietnam War:
What's particularly reprehensible about all of this is that so much of the Republican Party spent years mauling Bill Clinton for avoiding service in a war that he opposed. But for years, Romney emphatically supported the Vietnam War, yet actively avoided service and never enlisted:
This is, of course, the tiresome "chickenhawk" label that the Left routinely uses to dismiss anybody who supports a war but doesn't go to fight. Well, if you hate chickenhawks, you must love John McCain, then, right, Glenn? Of course, I don't really expect Greenwald to endorse McCain; the chickenhawk thing is just an argument of convenience. How about if we just let the military people vote, since they're the ones with something at stake? Isn't that a logical extension of the "thought" process being used here?
Labels: Glenn Greenwald, John McCain, Mitt Romney