Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Would a leftist adminstration be ambidextrous?

John Hinderaker at Power Line sizes up a potential Left-wing Democratic administration. He doesn't think the result will lead to the Europeanization of American foreign policy:

Lest there be any misunderstanding, I am not saying that there would be no important foreign policy differences between, say, a Feingold administration and a McCain, Allen or Giuliani administration. There would be. But I think the practical reality is that events in Iraq have constrained what a conservative administration can do, while the overriding need to forestall terrorist attacks constrains what a liberal administration can do. As a result, the gap in practice between the two alternatives would be, I think, much narrower than one might expect from the rhetorical gulf that separates the parties.

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