Actually, I was referring to Kissinger. But you bring up an interesting point regarding w. I think people are so happy he's not Clinton that they're not seeing that he is promoting the same agenda. (The Total Information Awareness databank; The NoChildLeftBehind Act; treasonous imigration policy; the Patriot Act with its broad definition of what constitutes terrorism; the Anti- Terrorism Bill just signed that provides for the federal govt.--as opposed to insurance companies--to pay victims of terrorism; setting a finite limit on cell lines to be used for stem cell research and then quietly remanding the regulation; faith-based initiatives; expanding the American Disabilities Act to churches; his interest in expanding NAFTA from Canada to Tierra del Fuego; his sucking up to the Chicoms; giving campaign finance reform the green light...)p> Somehow it is seen as unAmerican to criticize the man or his unAmerican policies.
If you combine Jimmy Carter with Bill Clinton, then subtract the Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones affairs, the result is George Bush. Mindless useless Republicans are mindless useless Democrats with less flamboyant sex lives.
Besides, who can stop to think at a time like this when jihadists are flying airplanes into buildings. That lack of thought is Bush's protection. When this is over we're going to be stuck with a lot of things in perpetuity that we should have thought about.