From Mark Shields, on President Obama's long process of trying to figure out what to do in Afghanistan:
It makes me nostalgic for those days when we had a manly man in the White House who could say, “Let’s kick some tail and ask questions afterwards” you know? That’s what we really need instead of any reflection.
You know, it's not that I don't sympathize at all with Shields here. It's true that Obama really has drawn out this process for an awfully long time. And who wouldn't want to just kick some tail if that was all it took to finish things up and bring the troops home? But it's time to grow up. Kicking tail is the easy part. It's figuring out what to do afterwards that's the problem. That's what Obama is trying to do.
UPDATE: Uncle! I admit it: I just read the quote online. I didn't watch the video and I didn't read any of the comments at ThinkProgress. Now that I have, yes, it's pretty obvious that Shields was being sarcastic. Sorry about that.