I get it – why don’t you?

Our many freedoms stand solely on our ability to maintain our national security. It’s as simple as that. And Britain, despite a small difference of opinion around 230 years ago, remains our staunchest ally. The Anchoress has a superb roundup of facts past and present, along with some scolding words for those that DON’t GET IT.

There is a time to be a child, to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child. Then there is a time to put childish things away. If you want to disagree with policies meant to keep you safe, do it. If you want to hate a man or even a movement, do it…but do it with something that goes beyond adolescent spouting off, backed up by nothing more than “feelings,” “caring,” and hysterical, dramatic angst.

Dan Henninger/WSJ gets it, too.

In a better world, the U.S. war on terror, at its core, would be bipartisan. That world was what Joe Lieberman’s politics represented. That world is dead. Democratic support for the Republican administration’s plans to fight these terrorists is down to about zero. This means the Democrats must have a plan of their own to defeat terror. Every Republican running for office at every level this fall should force his opponent to describe it. And if they aren’t certain about the details, they can call Ned Lamont.

Why, oh why, do these idiots even speak? The latest “news” is that this story is out there simply to distract from the Lamont victory. Morons! Are the Democrats soooo dhim-witted they cannot do date math? What’s a month away from today? Anyone? Hellllllooooo??

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