Tuesday, February 10, 2004

This is Important, Why? There's been a lot of salivating in Democratic circles about President Bush's military service or lack thereof. While I can understand some people's anger that one who supported the war did not have the courage to fight in it, I have to say, why is this important? What does this have to do with foreign policy or the economy?

Tomorrow's editorialin the Minneapolis Star Tribune makes that point pretty well. It's easy for the media and Democrats to focus on this story, but that is all it is, a story. In an election year where many people are worried about more terrorist attacks, health care, perscription drugs, and the economy, getting all into a huff about the president's missing year seems rather lame. Come on, guys, focus on the issues, not on this fluff.


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