George Will cleverly asserts that Bush should ask Kerry just one question, and give him all the time he needs to respond:
"Everyone in the solar system knows my thinking on Iraq. But no one, probably not even anyone on my opponents campaign plane, knows his thinking, as of now, 9:17 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. So, I invite him to take my time — all of it — and tell a bewildered nation what he thinks, at least tonight, at least between 9 and 10:30 p.m. Specifically, he says we must succeed in Iraq. What would he call success? What is more important, success or meeting his deadline of removing U.S. forces in four years? What, aside from the allure of his personality, makes him think the world will help?" Do read the whole thing.