Friday, March 05, 2004

Victor Davis Hanson has a way with words. His prose is grand, though sometimes a bit too purple for my taste. Brevity being the sole of wit, I most enjoy reading his conclusions:
If White House politicos figured that many who were angered about out-of-control federal spending and immigration proposals would grumble, but not abandon Mr. Bush — given the global stakes involved after September 11, and the specter of a new alternative foreign policy far to the left of that of a Warren Christopher and Madeline Albright — then they were absolutely right.

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