Did the editorialists of the New York Times and its Beantown subsidiary the Boston Globe have a little side bet as to who could fashion the viler 9/11 editorial? If so, for all the Times's earnest editorial effort to heap bile on Pres. Bush, I'm going to give the nod to the Globe. For in its editorial of this morning, the Globe made explicit what the Times only suggested: George Bush is a bigger threat to America than radical Islamic murderers.
Said the Globe of 9/11:
"In the long run, the reaction of the Bush administration may prove more harmful to the national interest than even these horrific attacks."
So let the Times ship off to Boston its bushel of Big Apples or whatever the bet was. And in odd way, our thanks, too, go to the Globe for making explicit what we've all suspected: that for them, and surely many of their colleagues in the MSM and DNC, the real evil to be confronted is not radical Islam. Their true enemy is the President of the United States.