Friday, March 26, 2004

The Critics of Preemption Fault Bush For Not Preempting

The Wall Street Journal notes the opportunism of Bush Doctrine critics.

"Give President Bush's critics credit for versatility. Having spent months assailing him for doing too much after 9/11--Iraq, the Patriot Act, the "pre-emption" doctrine--they have now turned on a dime to allege that he did too little before it. This contradiction is Mr. Bush's opportunity to rise above the ankle biting and explain to the American public what a President is elected to do."

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