George Will scares the children:
When Bush left Austin 45 months ago, planning tax cuts, educational standards and faith-based initiatives, he had no inkling that foreign affairs would dominate his first term as much as they did Woodrow Wilson’s second. Wilson’s happier first term produced landmark achievements, such as the income tax and the Federal Reserve system. A second Bush term, involving tax as well as welfare reform, might be as creative domestically as was Wilson’s first term.
Please, please tell me that he’s not floating proposals. I think I’d prefer John Leo’s “present” internment debate. How creative? I mean, are we talking outright corporate feudalism here?