Nothing illustrates better the problems of today's vacuous Democratic Party than Sen. Hillary Clinton's juvenile remarks about President Bush over the weekend.
"I sometimes feel that Alfred E. Neuman is in charge in Washington," Clinton said, referring to the character from Mad magazine, according to an Associated Press story. She drew a laugh from the crowd when she described Bush's attitude toward tough issues with Neuman's catchphrase: "What, me worry?"
The point of Clinton's statement is, of course, way off the mark. How anyone can describe a president who launched two wars in an effort to stem the tide of radical Islamic terrorism as having a nonchalant attitude is quite beyond us.
If anyone is clueless, it's Clinton. How could she make such disrespectful remarks about the president of the United States, three days after a major terrorist attack on Britain, our nation's closest ally? Surely, it was a time for rallying around, rather than belittling, America's commander in chief.