During that time, I have never seen him write a positive sentence about the US military, which has transformed itself dramatically for the better since Rumsfeld’s departure (indeed, he ridiculed me when I reported that the situation in Anbar Province was turning around in 2007). I have never seen him acknowledge that the work of the clandestine service—performed disgracefully by the CIA during the early Bush years—is an absolute necessity in a world where terrorists have the capability to attack us at any time, in almost any place. Nor have I seen [him] acknowledge that such a threat exists, nor make a single positive suggestion about how to confront that threat in ways that might conform to his views. Therefore, I have seen no evidence that he cares one whit about the national security of the United States. It is not hyperbole, it is a fact.
Joe Kline has never written a a positive word about Woolly Mammoths. He has never opined on the important issue of who's more awesome, Mammoths or T-Rexes. Nor have I seen him acknowledge that whether or not we should clone new Mammoths is one of the defining issues of our day. Therefore, I have seen no evidence that he cares one whit about science. It is not hyperbole, it is a fact.