Is Dean Andrew-proof?

Andrew Sullivan fisks Howard Dean’s foreign policy speech yesterday, gently but firmly, in his column for New Republic Online: “International man of mystery.” Like Bill Clinton in 1992, Sullivan gives us two-for-the-price of one; he fisks Hillary’s foreign policy speech yesterday as well. Ignoring the difficulty of reading these vacuous speeches, I don’t think Sullivan’s task here was particularly hard, but he performs it well.

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