Friday, July 30, 2004
John Kerry's insipid speech was only a tiny shadow of the bizarre, irrational fantasy world of today's Democratic Party. In the echoes of their whining about the US not being liked around the world, we have Victor Davis Hanson to remind us of reality. And a fine job he does of implicitly rebutting the nonsense.
Here's a taste:
Meanwhile, the U.N. scolds Israel about its fence to keep out suicide murderers to the applause of the European and Arab worlds. Yet both sit mostly powerless while Arabs in turn systematically mass murder black Africans in the Sudan. Can we at least drop the falsity: In the new global CNN media circus, an Arab must kill 1,000 innocents deliberately to warrant the condemnation that the world allots to a Jew who kills one Arab inadvertently.
So much for John Kerry's vapid droolings on foreign policy.
Robin 12:46 PM