John J. Miller cites with approval his children’s remarks on last night’s speech:
My favorite lines weren’t uttered by the president, but by my kids. Just as the speech was beginning, my three-year-old daughter informed me that “The president man has to catch some bad guys.” She apparently thinks George Bush is some kind of superhero who will remove his suit Klark Kent-style, fly over to Iraq, and physically take care of that supervillain Saddam. My slightly more sophisticated son, age five, saw NBC flash to a view of American soldiers in Kuwait watching the president’s address. His comment: “Those are the good guys!” Right on, kids.
Well, since the kids have already matched the most sophisticated analysis to be found on The Corner, can they at least can Golberg and Derbyshire and give the Millers columns?
Ugh. Too revolted for anything but sarcasm right now. More later.