A Time Horizon is not a Timetable

This post was written by marc on July 18, 2008
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Bush is now talking about a “time horizon” for bringing the troops home from Iraq. Not to be confused with a timetable like Obama has been saying because Obama can’t be allowed to say, “I told you so!” A time horizon is something else. I’m not sure exactly what the difference is but the words time and horizon seem to at least contemplate and end to the war. Maybe Bush is thinking about his legacy and he finally gets it.

It makes you wonder if McCain is going to adopt Bush’s “time horizon” or if he’s going to stick with his 100 year plan. After all, when it comes to understanding how long a century is, no one will dispute that McCain is more qualified than Obama.

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