When he’s good, he’s good.
Read his WSJ editorial (published today) response to Joe Lieberman’s very public bedwetting from Wednesday. Biden starts:
Sen. Lieberman is right: 9/11 was a pivotal moment. History will judge Mr. Bush’s reaction less for the mistakes he made than for the opportunities he squandered.
And here is the gist of what the BushCo belligerent foreign policy misses:
At the heart of this failure is an obsession with the “war on terrorism” that ignores larger forces shaping the world: the emergence of China, India, Russia and Europe; the spread of lethal weapons and dangerous diseases; uncertain supplies of energy, food and water; the persistence of poverty; ethnic animosities and state failures; a rapidly warming planet; the challenge to nation states from above and below.
He goes on to critique the McCain adoption of the same belligerence and contrasts that with how Obama says he wants to orient our foreign policy.
Biden for VP!
Do you think this is an endorsement of Obama?