|Man Without Qualities|
Friday, May 31, 2002
From the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times Nicholas D. Kristof tenders a column of surprising intellectual honesty and introspection. Mr. Kristof, at least, sees that the liberal Democratic camp has created an atmosphere hostile to the intelligence services and impairing their ability to function. Now if only he would start to name names and get into the particulars. He might start with eight years of Clinton-Gore mismanagement and move on to decades of liberal Democrat shennigans in the Congress. That might be a service to the voting public in November.
The real test will be: What do we do NOW. In that regard, Mr. Kristof should be keeping an eye on the likes of Senators Leahy and Daschle - and a sharp pen in the ready.
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