Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Now you tell us

Today on msnbc.com, somebody from the Council on Foreign Relations writes, concerning President Obama's upcoming trip to Europe:

"The messages from the new administration may strike a dissonant chord to some. Yet those who expected that the transatlantic sniping that occurred during the George W. Bush presidency would magically disappear with the election of Obama have not been paying attention to the underlying dynamics in U.S.-European relations over the past twenty years."

Funny. That's not what we heard from folks like you during the 2008 campaign and before.
Then, much of the blame was placed squarely on the shoulders of the Bush administration.
You mean, the question is much more nuanced than that?
Now you tell us.