In a column saying we should never let Sen. Richard Durbin off the hook for saying torture is un-American, David, the lesser Limbaugh, says this:
Democrats have done more to harm America's international image and undermine and jeopardize our military than anything they falsely imagine President Bush to have done.
I think he's trying to defend Bush, to say the president never did anything bad, and to accuse the Democrats, all of them, of making things up, but what the hell does "falsely imagine" mean? If we imagine Bush did something wrong, then we are deluded. If we falsely claim Bush did something wrong, then we are lying. If we falsely imagine Bush did something wrong, then we are lying about our delusions, which means--he really did do wrong? We know he really did do wrong, but we're pretending to have imagined it in order to protect him? Or what?