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George Bush

George Bush

Memo to the Community: The National Security Debate

Report 22 September 2008
This debate is the Commander-in-Chief test for both candidates. Senator McCain, by virtue of his military and congressional service, claims the mantle of experience; but he is tied to the Bush Presidency and still faces questions on his economic prowess and his temperament. He must show that his experience translates into superior knowledge and good judgment and that his approach won’t be four more years of the same. Senator Obama must show that he can hold his own with the Senate veteran and that he is ready to be Commander-in-Chief.
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Pakistan

Crises Cast Doubt on Bush's Strategy

News Christian Science Monitor 20 August 2008
Pakistan

U.S.: Pakistan, not Musharraf, is Ally

News Chicago Tribune 19 August 2008
Iraq

MESSAGE TO THE COMMUNITY ON IRAQ

Report 15 July 2008
Iraq remains a strategic failure. Progressives must continue to highlight a number of core differences between them and conservatives as the debate enters a new phase.
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Iraq

Multilateral Like Bush

News The New Republic 7 May 2008
Iraq

NSN REPORT: FIVE YEARS AFTER "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED," McCAIN REPRESENTS MORE OF THE SAME

Press Release Washington, DC 30 April 2008
With tomorrow marking the 5-year anniversary of President Bush declaring "mission accomplished" in Iraq, the National Security Network released the following report examining how Sen. John McCain's positions on Iraq represent a continuation of President Bush's failed policies:
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