When Brit Hume stated the obvious about John Murtha--essentially saying that he's a dull-witted old fart-- everyone got exercised. The truly alarming quote actually came from Juan Williams response to Brit's rant. He said this (and I paraphrase):
"You know, not everyone is as smart as you are. This is a Democratic process and he is going to have a voice and a vote."
As usual, a Democrat fails to address the point--that John Murtha is uninformed at best and that his ideas are dangerous making him dangerous to American troops and America's security. The main issue, for Williams and other Democrats like him, is "ha, ha! We won!!". Murtha's ideas or mental capacity don't matter. "How do you like being on the receiving end of stupid?" they think. They are gleeful to be in charge. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! Isn't this fun?! Never mind that the ideas will hurt America. What's really important is that the harmful ideas are put forth by a Democrat. We won. You lose.
By the way, the Democrats projected this attitude on the Republicans. Republicans, myself included have been extremely critical of this president (some on the Right say we don't know when to just pipe down and agree to disagree). And while the Kos kids spew forth, when the rubber meets the road, as long as the President and Congress are Democrats the unquestioning obedience and obsequious fawning will commence.
The Democrats unwillingness to question ideas put forth by their own kind reveals their cravenness and utter lack of imagination. Some might even think that they just don't care about Iraq or America's security.