Of course, everyone has a right to criticize Bush. But there is criticism designed to improve the situation -- such as the Thursday Washington Post editorial that articulated where the Post believes the Bush plan for prosecuting terrorists is flawed -- and there is criticism designed solely to bash Bush in order to score political points. Like the lip-gel line.
Meanwhile, Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., and the Senate Democratic leader, truly is the gift who keeps on giving to the GOP. Or as he told The New York Times this week, "If Republicans want to spend the whole month on nothing that is relevant to the American people, we are happy to do that." You know, I believe him.
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