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Bush as hypocrite or fanatic?

Joseph Knippenberg defends President Bush against the charge of (religious) fanaticism by contending "that he is guilty of the lesser charge of American exceptionalism." He considers Bush’s language as reflecting the opportunity society (and not class warfare), and how Bush’s vision encompasses limited government and unlimited love, while Kerry’s default position is always another government program.

Bush’s religion and its connection to politics is Knippenberg’s topic, and he examines those (Kerry, et al) who charge him with either hypocrisy or fanaticism. This is a long op-ed and is very thoughtful. Note it.    

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