So Barack Obama...
...believes that the "critical ingredient" for a judge is "supplied by what is in the judge’s heart" rather than by the judge's knowledge of the law and adherence to the Constitution.
...believes his wife should be able to campaign for him, but that her speeches are not fair game for critical analysis or response from the opposition.
...believes that other countries should be able to give U.S. citizens the okay for whether or not we drive SUVS, the temperature we keep our homes, and how much we eat.
...believes he's not that well-known in Kentucky because his home state of Illinois is further from Kentucky than Arkansas. (Check out this map.)
...believes that Kennedy's meeting with Kruschev was a success.
...believes that Iran is "not a serious threat" compared to the Soviet Union, because Iran has a smaller military than did the Soviets, demonstrating a complete lack of understanding of the former policy of mutual deterrence and the danger of nuclear materials in the hands of a relatively small number of terrorists.
And the above doesn't even touch on his desire to meet with the leaders of terrorist nations without preconditions, his comments on "bitter" voters clinging to their guns and God, or his longtime relationships with a hatemonger (Jeremiah Wright) and terrorists (William Ayers and his wife).
Is there really a chance this man could be elected President?
Tuesday Update: Ed Morrissey on "Budgeting and Asymmetrical Threats": "Anyone who can dismiss the threat of Iran out of hand because it’s 'tiny'...is someone who has spent the last fifteen years wearing blinders."