December 21, 2005

WSJ: Some Conservatives are not happy with King George

There's a split happening with conservatives over the behavior of President Bush. (except of course with most of the Bush-apologist bloggers.) This article has a very different view than let's say--Power Line.

WSJ:

"From the beginning, the folks who thought it was a good idea to go into Iraq have found good reason to think that all other Bush policies, from torture to domestic surveillance, are justified," said Robert Levy, a conservative legal scholar at the libertarian Cato Institute. "This is just one in a litany of ongoing events that have separated the noninterventionist wing of the Republican Party from the neocon wing."

(via AmericaBlog)

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