Thursday, February 26, 2004

Gail Collins Squares The Circle

Mr. Kerry, one of the Senate's experts in foreign affairs, exudes maturity and depth. He can discuss virtually any issue of security or international affairs with authority. What his critics see as an inability to take strong, clear positions seems to us to reflect his appreciation that life is not simple. He understands the nuances and shades of gray in both foreign and domestic policy.

This from The New York Times editorial endorsing Senator Kerry today. In the immortal words of Hillary Clinton, "okey-dokey, artichokey."