Speaking of lists
Is any one keeping track of all the things we're not allowed to say about a "popular wartime president" or during a "national emergency"? After all, we've been assured that this is a decades long war we've been signed up for. If some form of modified democracy (you know, with out all those pesky civil liberties and rights) continues to be practiced in this country, it's inevitable that someday a non-Republican will sit in the White House. It's not that we'll want to throw those words back in the faces of their speakers, but we might want to offer them a reminder of what the rules are from time to time. You know, in a friendly, collegial way.