Starting out with “Barack Obama’s willingness to meet with the leaders of rogue states such as Iran and North Korea ‘without preconditions’ is a naive and dangerous approach to dealing with the hard men who run pariah states.” and getting better from there, former ambassador the U.N. John Bolton lays into Obama on his foreign policy naivete. Bolton deals with Obama’s “tiny threats” remarks, his comments on not negotiating with Iran as the cause of the problems over there, and throws in some Walter Mondale comparisons for good measure. He is right on about the first few of point, I really hope he is right about that last one.
While you are over there, Check out Jonah Goldberg’s assessment of the wisdom vs. experience question.
Hat tip Michelle Malkin