Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Jay Nordlinger's Impromptus on National Review Online:

"Sharon on Bush (from a William Safire column): 'Something in his soul committed him to act with great courage against world terror. Though under constant pressure, the man has not changed his mind.' He may lose the election — Bush, that is. But he was right. The danger we are facing is not eradicable except through worldwide and unusual war. The Bush Doctrine — that there is no difference between a terror-supporting state and terrorists themselves — is imperative."

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