There is a great article in the Times (of London, not Nuevo York), this morning by Gerard Baker explaining why, if he were an American and entitled to cast a vote: he would vote for Bush. Boiled down: Mr. Baker says, (and El Jefe surely agrees), that President Bush has the right enemies.
It's always nice to find somebody who disapproves of the same people you do. A Bush victory would ruin the whole morning of, among others:
"[t]he hordes of the bien-pensant [love that word] Left in the universities and the media, the sort of liberals who tolerate everything except those who disagree with them. Secularist elites who disdain religiosity except when it comes from Muslim fanatics. Europhile Brits who drip contempt for everything their country has ever done and long for its disapperance into a Greater Europe...Hollywood sybarites and narcissists, self appointed arbiters of a nation's morals."
Amen, brother, tell it again !
Astonishing that an Englishman could sum up so well, better than any American writer I've ever seen -- my own reasons for backing Bush whatever happens. The whole thing is splendid and absolutely worth reading, and may be found here:
Vote for Bush and help ruin their whole day.