Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said the troops in Iraq, not the president, bore the responsibility for searching for the explosives.
What. An. Ass. Yes, by all means, let's place the blame on the troops instead of the commander-in-chief. But it gets worse:
"John Kerry wants to pretend we do know what happened," Giuliani told Today. "We don't know what happened. The best possibility is that those explosives were gone even before the troops got there ... at least it's an equal possibility."
Oh, okay. So it's PERFECTLY ALL RIGHT if the administration has no freaking clue what happened to 400 tons of explosives we were responsible for securing.
On the bright side, however, Bush is apparently now stumping for Kerry:
"A political candidate who jumps to conclusions without knowing the facts is not a person you want as your commander in chief," Bush told supporters Wednesday.
You're damn right. Also, hello, pot? This is the kettle. You're so totally black.