Obama and Iraq- Because he Never Tasted Defeat, He CAN’T have the Judgment to do the RIGHT THING
In his recent foreign policy speech, Mr. Obama noted that there was no point trying to best Mr. McCain in matters of experience, that what counted was good judgment. Very true. How one can have the latter without the former is a question for the rest of us to consider.
You aren’t born with judgement you learn it over time. When I was a kid, I once poked my finger in a light bulb socket by mistake—-I have never done it again. What Senator Obama doesn’t understand is that you have to poke your finger in the socket a few times to develop good judgement. That is one of the major differences between Obama and McCain. McCain has tasted defeat not only in Viet Nam, but throughout his life’s experiences. He has developed his good judgement, now Obama has to realize that he hasn’t yet developed his: