As we all know, McCain has been saying some rather nasty things about Obama's willingness to perhaps sit down and have talks with Iran. In fact this is what he said:
"Such a statement betrays the depth of Senator Obama's inexperience and reckless judgment. Those are very serious deficiencies for an American president to possess."
Hmnn. So who might have experience and good judgement? Does Madeleine Albright have it? Does Colin Powell, who served under a Republican president, have it? Does Warren Christopher, who also served under a Republican president, does he have it? How about James A. Baker III? Finally, politics aside, does Henry A. Kissinger have experience and judgement? Well, guess what? All five former secretaries of state this week said we should be talking to Iran. I'll let you read the article yourself, but it seems like even Kissinger thinks Obama has it right.