I am not much of a Michelle Malkin fan. When I saw that she had written a book defending the Japanese-American internment in World War II, the phrase that came to mind was “defending the indefensible.” Nevertheless, she came very close to hitting the target with her column on Obama and the Middle East crisis:
If only Obama had mustered half as much energy and outrage at the homicidal Islamic plotters in Benghazi as he shows in his tirades against the Tea Party, the Koch brothers, conservative talk radio, Fox News, House GOP budget reformers, or GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan.
Malkin doesn’t quite come right out and say it, so I will: Obama acts this way because Obama judges the Republicans to be a greater threat to his power than the Islamists.
And that makes it imperative that America elects Romney in November. Though, frankly, even my pet dog would be a less dangerous choice than Obama.
“Lord Vader, I am presently not otherwise occupied and I have some experience in such matters.” Let’s not push it. Your Majesty.