Well, we’ve had a busy week, haven’t we? One of Shia Islam’s principal shrines has been blown up, a port operator from an Islamic nation is about to take control of six American ports, the Philippines is in a state of emergency and — surprise, surprise — Hamas is going to get buckets of money for its terrorist government. With all this going on, you’d think that ol’ Dubai Dubya would say something about them in his weekly radio address tomorrow, right? But nooooo.
I can assure you, your expectations will remain unfulfilled. Can’t say what’s in the embargoed release, but I can assure you of what isn’t: ports, Iraq and pretty much everything that’s important. The wartime leader we saw ever so briefly last fall has again benched himself. This is not a matter of going wobbly: it’s the functional equivalent of abdication.
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