The Illinois senator warned Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf that he must do more to shut down terrorist operations in his country and evict foreign fighters under an Obama presidency, or Pakistan will risk a U.S. troop invasion and losing hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S. military aid.
(Yeah, I'd kind of hope that we'd end military assistance to any countries we invade.)
Of course, he did this to try to get out of his previous case of stuck-on-stupid:
Obama said he would be willing to meet leaders of rogue states like Cuba, North Korea and Iran without conditions, an idea that Clinton criticized as irresponsible and naive. Obama responded by using the same words to describe Clinton's vote to authorize the Iraq war and called her "Bush-Cheney lite."
1. Dialogue with our sworn enemies
2. Declare war on our allies and coalition partners
Hmm. Now, I have not attended the Naval War College, the Army War College, the Air Force Air Warfare College, or the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School, so I'm just a layman . . . but the above does not look like a winning strategy.