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Monday, July 29, 2002
Glenn Reynolds has his own take on the Robert Novack column I linked to in today's third entry.
Reynolds has been very critical of the proposed Department of Homeland Security lately but largely from the perspective of he doesn't think it is going to work and not increasing the rate at which civil liberties are diminishing, a topic that he hardly anything to say about so long as the topic involves anyone that the President has labeled as a terrorist. In his mind, the fact that Bush doesn't want to move on Clinton causes him to have even less faith in what he calls "this whole Department of Homeland Security enterprise."
Maybe I am missing something but doesn't it seem like a bit much for a supporter of the "war on terror" to one day, as I noted yesterday, say he wants "factions sympathetic to Al Qaeda" to take over Saudi Arabia and then the next day complain about Bush not keeping him safe?