Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Presidents and criminals

"Freedom, by its nature, cannot be imposed -- it must be chosen. From Beirut to Baghdad, people are making the choice for freedom. And the nations gathered in this chamber must make a choice, as well: Will we support the moderates and reformers who are working for change across the Middle East -- or will we yield the future to the terrorists and extremists? America has made its choice".

According to the Time, Bush's speech at the United Nations "was genius". "He was Presidential", writes James Carney, "expect another bump up in the polls". At the White House website you can read the full speech. In the meantime, Wizbang and Sister Toldjah, notice a lot of analogies between Ahmadinejad's words and Democrats' talking points. Chilling.

Round-Up: Hugh Hewitt, Townhall, The Corner (NRO), Gateway Pundit, Hyscience, The Political Pit Bull, Flopping Aces, Blue Crab Boulevard, Macsmind, Slate, A Blog For All, Hot Air, Atlas Shrugs, Captain's Quarters, Right Wing Nut House.

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