By Ben Cohen
Andrew Sullivan on Cheney's latest Obama attack:
The ratcheting up of the rhetoric - “I think you have to be very
careful. The world outside there — both our friends and our foes — will
be quick to take advantage of a situation if they think they’re dealing
with a weak president or one who’s not going to stand up and
aggressively defend America’s interests" - is particularly Weimar. He's
lashing out now, and using his surrogates to write chilling op-eds
defending all of it. I see this as a sign of weakness, not strength.
Obama draws these people out like moths to the flame.
That flame is the truth. Let us see it all.