On Monday, it was Rich Lowry at the National Review whining because the Republicans haven't fielded their "A-team" for the 2012 presidential contest. Now, William Kristol, the legacy heir of the godfather of neo-conservatism, has joined in:
And it is a moment, as you prepare to cast your vote, for others to reflect on whether they don’t owe it to their country to step forward. As this is no time for voters to choose fecklessly, it is no time for leaders to duck responsibility. [...]
Now is not a time for leaders to engage in clever calculations of the odds of success, or to succumb to concerns about how they will look if they enter the fray and fall short. Now is a time to come to the aid of our country.
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