Letters to the Editor

Bush’s foreign policy?

Jeb Bush has been getting whacked by both the left and right on his inability to come up with a coherent response to questions associated with his brother’s Iraq debacle.

Since President George W. Bush’s Iraq adventure is considered the worst foreign policy mistake in living memory, one would think that Jeb and his team of crack foreign-policy advisers recycled from his brother’s administration would have been prepared for questions associated with this disastrous policy.

If Jeb didn’t have the foresight to anticipate such questions, especially given that he is promoting a return to the Bush Doctrine, how can he be relied upon to have any insight on foreign policy or national security?

Steven Eagle, Miami