Put this in the category of "why we can't have nice things" (courtesy of Digby):
Sen. KERRY: …what almost every person in the Pentagon has admitted. I mean, Bob, you’re smart, you’ve talked to these people in Washington. There are very few people who walk around and say, `Going into Iraq was the right thing to do and we should’ve done it. I’d do it again if I had the chance.’ John McCain does. John McCain believes this was the right decision.
SCHIEFFER: Well, let…
Sen. KERRY: He said, you know, you can’t–I have to tell you, Bob, I just came back from the Middle East. I just met with the king of Saudi Arabia. I met with President Mubarak of Egypt. I met with others. You know what they said to me? They said, `You, America, have served up to Iran, Iraq on a platter.’ They are outraged by this sort of, you know, ineptitude of what has been done by those who decided it was smart to go into Iraq.
SCHIEFFER: Let me just ask you one question here.
Sen. KERRY: And they have turned away–yeah.
SCHIEFFER: Before we–before–because we are going to talk about–are you now challenging Senator McCain’s integrity?
Sen. KERRY: No, I’m challenging Senator McCain’s judgment, his judgment that says there’s no violence history between Sunni and Shia. That’s wrong. His judgment that says this is going to increase the stability of the Middle East. It hasn’t. It’s made it less stable. The judgment that says this will, quote “This will be the best thing for America and the world in a long time.”
SCHIEFFER: All right….all right.
Who would have thought Kerry was challenging McCain's integrity. What kind of question is that?