Hewitt Award Nominee

"My question is – and this is something I personally don’t understand – if it’s a naïve question then I apologize: in light of what Obama has done to leave us vulnerable, to cut defense spending, to make us vulnerable to outside enemies, and to slight our allies, how (pause) – what would he have to do differently to be defined as a domestic enemy?" - a questioner of Eric Cantor at a Heritage Foundation event.

Cantor refused to call the president a domestic enemy and received boos from the crowd as a result. Yes, the right has gone mad. This is not a tea-party event; it's a Heritage Foundation lunch.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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