My Letter to the Editor was printed in this morning's Plain Dealer:
To the Editor:
I find it amusing that the Bush adminstration's talking heads are going after Senator John Edward's supposed lack of experience in foreign policy issues. Edwards has served in the Senate Intelligence Committee, and has more experience at this point, than George W. Bush did in 2000. There is certainly some experience Edwards lacks, such as stacking up a half trillion dollars in debt, misleading the American people about a phony Iraq/Al Queda connection, and leaking the name of a CIA operative.
George Bush has stated that Dick Cheney, unlike Edwards, "can be President," presumably based on his experience. But the key factor in this election will be the "experience" the American people have had with Bush/Cheney, and it hasn't been pretty.