This piece from the excellent Tony Blankley in the Washington Times is called “Nix Blix.” The article isn’t really about the Swedish diplomat per se. Rather, it’s about how, in this dangerous world, we need to “get about the business of killing our enemies.” In this regard, though, Blankley finds Blix to be a “lethally foolish little man.” According to Blankley, “the problem is not that [Blix] is not a premier member of world’s diplomatic corps — it’s that he is.” Blankley is confident that President Bush will ignore “fretting diplomats” like Blix and he takes the occasion of the coming holiday to be thankful for Mr. Bush. We can also be thankful for journalists like Tony Blankley.
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