Sunday, November 14, 2004

VDH - It's a topsy-turvy world

National Review Online's Victor Davis Hanson has written a brilliant commentary on the next four years of George W. Bush's presidency. Notably:

Most Americans — in the movies they watch, the TV shows they view, the radio they hear, the abortions they receive, the sexual practices they choose, and the fashion and entertainment they enjoy — do not feel they are straight-jacketed by a Christian fundamentalist society. And yet we are told that the new jihadists are not Islamists, but our own Christians who are implementing a continental-wide red-state Jesusland.

There are a lot of scared people living in the states that showed up blue on the election exit-poll maps. Maybe they want to be scared?

Thanks to Dad for tipping me off to this one.