That's Alexander Cockburn's assessment of George W. Bush in the midst of an anti-John Kerry diatribe:
So Bush, a lousy president but ludicrously over-demonized, is bracketed by a Democratic candidate, Al Gore, who was calling for immediate war on Saddam back in 1999, flanked by all the neo-Cons who subsequently flocked to Bush, and by Kerry who now says he holds exactly the same position, rationalized by the same neo-Cons.
If the war on Iraq bothers you, a vote for Kerry is a vote thrown away.
Whole thing here.
I don't agree with Cockburn on much (probably not even this), but I admire his willingness not to shuffle over into the pro-Kerry camp as many other left-wingers have done, despite their obvious contempt for virtually everything JFK2004 stands for.