I think it’s probably just a blip, but it was a bigger blip than he wanted or needed at the time. I think the overall impression of the trip was this is a man welcomed by, knowledgeable of and comfortable with foreign leaders across a big part of the globe. But the mistake, nonetheless, raises questions not about his knowledgability—we all kinda believe he has that—the question, perhaps, about his age, which is an issue. You know, the feeling was not that he’s a dope, didn’t know his way around, that he might have had a senior moment there, and I think that’s unfortunate for him. But I think probably the trip was a net plus.Keep on spinning Brit. I really don't think the country is ready to trade a wet brained drunk for another president with Alzheimer's. Do you really want someone who might have a "senior moment" when he answers that now infamous phone call in the middle of the night. Somehow I think ignorance might play better. Of course he could always promise to have Lieberman in a nearby bedroom at all times.
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