Does George Bush ever listen to the noise that comes out of the front of his head? Because if he did, I'm sure he would be sure find some of it quite alarming. For example:
A President must be consistent. After repeatedly calling Iraq the wrong war and a diversion, Senator Kerry this week seemed shocked to learn that Iraq was a dangerous place full of dangerous weapons. The Senator used to know that, even though he seems to have forgotten it over the course of this campaign. But, after all, that's why we went into Iraq. Iraq was a dangerous place, run by a dangerous tyrant who hated America and who had a lot of weapons. We've seized or destroyed more than 400,000 tons of munitions, including explosives, at more than thousands of sites. And we're continuing to round up the weapons almost every day.
I want to remind the American people, if Senator Kerry had his way, we would still be taking our global test.
Saddam Hussein would still be in power.
He would control all those weapons and explosives and could have shared them with our terrorist enemies.
But thanks to prompt action by the Bush administration, the terrorists don't have to share the explosives. They get to have all of them. And why, exactly, is this supposed to reassure us or make us what to vote for you?