The Portland Press Herald runs a confused and confusing editorial that expresses these three sentiments:
1. "There's no question that what we're doing now [in Iraq] is failing."And yet--here's the kicker--the editorial is largely sympathetic to the junior senator's refusal to support any legislative attempts to force the President's hand.
2. "The president seems unwilling to change course."
3. "The need to get the Bush administration to reverse course is clear."
I know these things are often written by committee. But if anyone can square that circle, I'd like to know.