Andrew Sullivan, writing for the liberal New Republic, proves that there is, really, no aspect of Bush's foreign policy that doesn't look better after it's been given a wet, worshipful blow-job. Enjoying a cigarette now: Bush's decision to stay away from both the casualties of Iraq and their families.
As to the notion that president Bush does not care about the service members under his command, perhaps the best argument in his defense was the tear running down his cheek in Baghdad last week.
The best, huh?
No Show [The New Republic Online]