Monday, September 11, 2006


That's the answer.

The question: What does the leftist blogosphere say about terrorism?

The furor over ABC's Path to 9/11 has surrounded a few scenes depicting various Clinton officials in a negative way. The horror! The disaster to civilization, should the Clinton administration get any bad press.

As a side note, I'd like to work in the phrase "sleeping around on duty" in reference to der schlickmeister, but I can't find a way to do it. Oh, I guess I just did, didn't I.

But the kerfuffle reminds me of nothing more than someone who doesn't want to hear a distasteful remark, and so puts hands to ears and says "La-la-la-la..." when the danger begins.

The real point of ABC's show is this: It's a war. Quit blaming each other, because we all have made mistakes in this war, most of us by underestimating our enemy. We all botched it. We deluded ourselves. We can no longer do that. It's a war, and the sooner we get over the silly idea that we should treat Islamic terrorism in the same way we treat ordinary criminal activity, the sooner we can start to win.

ABC/Disney is, like all major media organizations, staffed and run by liberals. And yet, they are serious enough people to know a real threat to civilization when they see it. They know that many liberals do not see Islamic terrorism as such a threat.

ABC apparently aimed their show at liberals, I presume with the intent to bring sanity to the far left's view. While the moonbats are reacting with denial, perhaps some others will understand the nature of our foe and what it will take to destroy it.

And the answer to destroying the enemies of civilization is not working oneself into a lather in the foolish attempt to prove the tautology that a docudrama contains inaccuracies.