Thursday, November 18, 2004

Time's 2004 Man of The Year

Hugh Hewitt offers this interesting and somewhat amusing take on Time's annual "Man of The Year" designation. It really is difficult to see how they can choose anyone but George W. Bush without looking silly, but they clearly do not mind that. Remember 2001? They chose Rudy Giuliani:

Of course Rudy's an American hero, but 9/11 was about much more than New York City and its mayor. There are a dozen reasons why Bush should have been chosen then as well, but Time wanted to insult him. Let's see how silly Time wants to look this time.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If it's not Bush then it ought to be the American voter. He turned out in record numbers, delivered a decisive victory to the presidents campaign and vision, and did so without the forecasted turmoil, confusion and lawyering. -Wagonboy 

Posted by Michael (Wagoonboy)

Thursday, November 18, 2004 3:28:00 PM  

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