Monday, August 14, 2006

Homeland Insecurity II: Right-Wing Anger

Looking back, it becomes obvious that Bush never intended, or, perhaps, never intended with any conviction to actually do what he said he would do. His own brave promises reveal their hollowness with the passage of time. The world is a far more dangerous place for the United States, thanks to Bush's failures. Today, we stand threatened "by the world's most dangerous regimes with the world's most destructive weapons." And the Wahabbis of Saudi Arabia continue to fund a global terror support machine the likes of which we have not seen since the Soviet regime financed and trained every two-bit communist terror organization it could find.
The preceding quote would appear to be from a centrist or liberal deeply disaffected with the bankruptcy of the Bush administration's failure to make the homeland safer.

But its not. The author is Bill Quick, a bomb 'em back to the Stone Age right winger who blogs at Daily Pundit and reflects what many of his peers are saying. Yes, things have gotten really bad even for his ilk.

Go here for the rest of his commentary.

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