I recently criticized Wesley Clark for implying that George W. Bush had consciously and deliberately chosen to put the interests of Halliburton and other contractors ahead of the interest of national security. But that doesn’t mean we should be quiet when people close to the President openly talk about shaping strategy in Iraq to fit the election timetable. Kevin Drum has a good summary of this piece in the Los Angeles Times.
“Strategery,” indeed. John DiIulio realy had Bush’s number, didn’t he?