Last week, Nobel Prize Winner Betty Williams spoke at the International Womens’ Peace Conference in Dallas. Her big idea is that George Bush should be impeached for being treacherous and acting unconstitutionally. Here’s part of what she said, via the Dallas Morning News:
“Right now, I could kill George Bush,” she said. “No, I don’t mean that. How could you nonviolently kill somebody? I would love to be able to do that.”
Nice, huh? She later apologized, but it’s pretty clear she meant what she said.
On the other side, an editorial by Bill Kristol in this weekend’s Washington Post says Bush’s presidency will turn out to be a success:
I suppose I’ll merely expose myself to harmless ridicule if I make the following assertion: George W. Bush‘s presidency will probably be a successful one.
His reasons include our country’s strong economy, no terrorist attacks on U.S. soil after 9/11, and what he thinks will be a successful, though difficult, conclusion to the war in Iraq. I hope he’s right. Read the whole thing.