In 2004, John Edwards rarely had an unkind word to say about his rivals for the presidency. But it isn't 2004 any more.
Should Hillary Clinton apologize for backing the Iraq war? "That is a moral decision she has to make," Edwards told me.
Is George Bush a "good man in difficult circumstances trying to do the right thing?" No, Edwards said. He is not.
That nonbinding resolution against the Iraq troop surge favored by Barack Obama? "Useless," said Edwards. "Exactly like a child standing in the corner and stomping his feet."
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
"Edwards '08: Talking Tough"
Roger Simon on The Politico: