Friday, November 26, 2004

Do you know any Bush supporters?

     The musings, belated, of Brent Scowcroft aren't impressing them?  Well, if they happen to be amenable to reading, let them get a gander of this former beacon to R Limbaugh and GG Liddy, Paul Craig Roberts.  For example, Mr. Roberts had a column at almost every week, until Oct. 1st, 2003, since which time he's had only four columns there.  In the first article which Iraqwar opponents will love, Roberts says:

American liberals called the Brownshirts "conservative," because the Brownshirts were obviously not liberal. They were ignorant, violent, delusional, and they worshipped a man of no known distinction. Brownshirts' delusions were protected by an emotional force field. Adulation of power and force prevented Brownshirts from recognizing the implications for their country of their reckless doctrines.

     He then goes on to compare the Brownshirts with modern Conservatives, in case you hadn't gotten the hint.  The best part, of course, is that you might get a conservative to read the host of this Roberts post, CounterPunch.

     UPDATE: I found the same Roberts article crossposted at

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