Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Now John Kerry is on record complaining that President Bush didn't practice enough diplomacy prior to launching war against Iraq. But Sen. Kerry voted for a war resolution that left it up to the president to determine when it was time to stop being a diplomat and start being a commander-in-chief. If the senator had followed the intentions and explicit instructions of the U.S. Constitution, as spelled out here, he would have reserved to the Congress the power of determining when it was time to go to war. It's too late to complain now.