Look, I’m not naïve or self-deluded enough to revel in ecstasy over the leading indicators that show the middle east apparently moving toward more democratic governments, over there.
At the same time, I’m not going to deny that these new bands of thieves will be marginally better for just about everyone than the bands of thieves and murderers who have preceded them over the centuries, should this all come to pass as it now looks it might.
But this is not really about that, what I just wrote. This is about the most fundamental of human moral obligations—that of self-defense. I can quibble with George Bush about how best to go about that, but the last thing in the world that I’m going to do to someone righteously and steadfastly taking up that task is to manufacture lies and deceits, with the purpose and design of bringing him down, or in any way support others doing it.
Every single person who supported that evil monstrosity of a democrat political campaign, either actively or morally, should be profoundly ashamed of himself or herself. They should never forget how low they sunk. They should never, ever be let off the hook. Not on this one.