Sunday, September 26, 2004

Norman Geras

Jonathan Freedland of The Guardian made this asinine point:
If everyone in the world will be affected by this election, shouldn't everyone
in the world have a vote?
Norman eviscerates this idea at his blog. What is it about left wingers and the way they think that their millimeter-deep first-glance analysis of things is so profound? Not only do they think that they are being profound, but they believe that a person who can't see their point (maybe because that person is looking a centimeter or even a meter deep), must be absolutely stupid, or evil. After all, you have to be pretty dumb not to be able to see into that millimeter!

Roger L. Simon makes the point that if Europe doesn't like the fact that the United States has so much power in this world, well, Europe has no one to blame but itself.

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