Sunday, January 16
(It's not urbanism, it's politics...)
In an election when only two candidates have a realistic chance of winning, voters' opinions do not have an opportunity to influence specifics of foreign policy. Yet the candidate who lost half the American population's vote says
. . . there's no need to hold anyone in his administration accountable for what's happened in Iraq because the voters have already spoken.
Bush tells The Washington Post that he views his re-election as a complete endorsement of his Iraq policy.
So, he's just following orders? These numbers don't look anything like a mandate.
Here's the original Washington Post article.