Thursday, October 17, 2002

Sullivan reacts to the North Korea / nukes news:

Andrew Sulllivan churns out 307 words of his own in the wake of the news that North Korea has a nuclear program (and probably bombs). He mentions Clinton twice, The New York Times twice, McCain once, and ends up cheering Krauthammer. What's notable is that Sullivan has nothing to say about the Bush administration. Nothing about holding back the information prior to the big vote on use of force. Nothing about why one of the countries in the "axis of evil" wasn't examined more closely by the spy network. Nothing about Bush's easy-going approach to Pakistan (who provided key technology).



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