One clear advantage emerging in favor of Senator Barack Obama in his bid for the 2008 Democratic nomination for President, is that he has great “judgment.” Senator Hillary Clinton voted for the war in Iraq and is now showing her “poor judgment” by defending that vote and escalating the problem for herself, by refusing to disavow that vote. In reviewing her remarks during the Iraq War debate, it is clear she understood what she was voting for. Senator Clinton enthusiastically voted in favor of this “dumb war.,” as Senator Obama called it back in 2002.
“Poor judgment” makes for “poor experience.”
Obama’s great judgment translates in great experience. Reminds me of another young candidate running for President in 1960 who was accused of the same types of things by an experienced candidate, Richard M. Nixon. John Presta