Return fire

Mark Levin:


"President Bush has done more in three short years to liberate and defend Muslims the world over than any former president, any foreign leader, or any Muslim leader. He set in motion events that freed 50 million Afghans and Iraqis. In so doing, he badly damaged the terrorist networks that had been funded, encouraged, and embraced by the oppressive Taliban and Saddam Hussein regimes. We can react forever to Democratic demands for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction — weapons Democrats themselves have argued existed for more than a decade. But their main concern is hardly WMDs; their purpose now is to downplay or dismiss the remarkable accomplishments of the Bush presidency in a part of the world where America has suffered repeated setbacks under both Democratic and Republican presidents.

"Other dictators have witnessed U.S. military action and resolve, and several have responded in ways that no one could have previously imagined. Libya has now surrendered its nuclear-weapons program, which had been hidden successfully from United Nations inspectors. Syria is desperately seeking ways to make nice with the United States. In short, the Mideast is being transformed before our eyes, if we're willing to look. And this is an enormous humanitarian and national-security achievement."


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