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Wow. Last week, Ann Coulter slapped the grin off Bill Kristol’s face, famously declaring she could no longer support the Afghanistan War: “But now I hear it is the official policy of the Republican Party to be for all wars, irrespective of our national interest.”
Thursday, World Net Daily’s Joseph Farrah, who once seemed to think any sacrifice was worth it to counter the fearsome threat of “Islamo-Fascism,” confessed this in his regular column:
For the life of me, I cannot begin to understand our objectives in either Iraq or Afghanistan any more.
Because I appreciate the sacrifice our men and women are making over there, it is with a heavy heart that I make this proclamation. But enough is enough. We have spent over $1 trillion on these two wars and spilled far too much American blood.
Today, the heel-clicking Day by Day cartoon, which once cheered on anything the government did in the name of anti-terrorism, denounced Obama for using the domestic spying powers that Bush and Cheney bequeathed to the office of Temporary Dictator.