Bryk’s Conservative Case Against Bush

A while back I posted what could be described as A liberal’s case for George Bush. At the time, I encouraged any conservatives in the crowd who wanted to engage in a similar exercise on behalf of Kerry to do so. No one took me up on it, but now I see this interesting item in the New York Press by William Bryk: The conservative case against George W. Bush.

Bryk doesn’t make the case for Kerry directly (or even mention Kerry by name), but he definitely goes after Bush. In fact, it seems clear that he’s not engaged in a mere mental exercise; he means it. Granted, some of the reasons he offers are different from the ones I’d offer, but he makes a compelling case all the same. See what you think.

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