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Back to the Hundred Acre Wood

For those who didn't see it last night, just wanted to call your attention once more to this post detailing how a key foreign policy advisor to Barack (and someone who might well become his national security advisor) has been invoking the philosophy of Winnie the Pooh.  Unbelievable but true.

I may have had my differences with John McCain, but when I read stuff like this, it becomes ever clearer that a vote for Obama -- or staying home -- means putting a bunch of fuzzy-headed, profoundly unserious people in charge of keeping our country safe.

If I were Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, I'd be hoping against hope that the American people would put these people in charge.  Silly old bears . . .

Here's an entertaining thought: If you were part of John McCain's team, what kind of visual would you use to drive home the Winnie-the-Pooh-as-foreign-policy debacle?

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