Rev. Donald Sensing cuts the heart out of Kerry's claim that he will do a better job than GWB on the diplomatic front.
Kerry has long promised to have the best possible relations with European allies. So why does he never acknowledge the contributions all the above-named nations have made? Seems a curious way to start a revolution in diplomatic affairs.
You don't make a coalition bigger by denigrating the contribution of its current members.
Similarly, you don't get better cooperation in intelligence matters by dismissing what our allies have already shared . The British continue to stand behind the African uranium intelligence. To embrace Joe Wilson is to mock both Blair and MI6. (The same holds true for the Czechs and their reporting of a possible Prague connection between Atta and Iraq.)