Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Democratic banality, Republican incompetency

At Slate, Fred Kaplan argues that the new Democratic national security plan, Real Security (which our own LGND examined here), "reeks of banality". Perhaps, but it's a start -- and starting is better than not starting at all. Besides, as Kaplan goes on to say, it's not as if Bush and the Republicans have a better alternative:

The real contest will begin when both parties nominate their candidates, at which point this document may or may not be a dead letter. For now, though, the Dems have hoisted a banner: real security vs. rhetorical security; tough and smart vs. tough and, well, not so smart. Let that debate begin.

Yes, let it. This is one Democrats can win.

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