First off, calling anything posted on what amounts to a personal web site a "Policy statement" seems like the height of arrogance and delusional self-importance.
Secondly, although I really don't want to see Bush get elected -- note that I do not say "re- elected" -- I also really don't want to see Iraq blow up in his face/on his watch, so the kind'a gleeful partisan observations of the various setbacks ain't doing a thing for me. The partisan suggestions that policy over there be conducted more with an eye for his domestic election campaign have precisely the same effect, which happily means I can avoid explicitly political blogs on both sides of the aisle at the moment.
Third, "both sides of the aisle" is an incredibly depressing way of having to look at things, and I've moved from wishing a pox on both your houses to "fuck all y'all." Not sure what difference that makes in practical terms, but the swearing conveys the sentiment better, I think.
Lastly, if you're pleased with the use of Sarin against anyone, anywhere, because it helps you score political points, you're a monstrous excuse for a human being, and should kill yourself at the earliest possible convenience. Preferably with Sarin, for that extra bit of irony that the kids are all into these days.
Any questions? Comments?