That pretty much echoes what I've been saying (more so on message boards than at this blog).
Want more George W. Bush foreign policy? Elect John McCain – or Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama. Regardless of who wins in November, the current foreign policy will live on in the next White House.
None of the main candidates has disavowed the war on terror. Each has called Mr. Bush tactically deficient. But the debate over the war on terror is over how, where and when. The candidates have all argued that they would do a better job of fighting it.
Governments have moved specifiically into alignment with the United States, as the WSJ points out, and anti-Americanism is something of a constant force.
And I've persistently tried to give Democratic leaders the benefit of the doubt that sanity will overcome stupid campaign promises and pandering to the antiwar far left.