Well, it has happened. And the administration didn't protect us from it at all. I don't think they saw it coming. In fact I'm not sure they've picked up on it yet! This time planes weren't flown into buildings nor ports blown up nor water supplies poisoned. This time they've merely set foot on our soil with their snarky grins and cocky strides and laid waste to our President and his administration.
I've done the same. But I'm an American and have the right to criticize when I feel it is warrented. Therein lies the point. Were I citizen of any of their countries and tried to do the same I'd be either executed and my family charged for the bullet or tossed in prison never to be heard from again.
How dare they. What was said under the guise of the opening session of the United Nations may be one thing. But to go out into our communities, such as Chavez in Harlem, Musharref on the upcoming 60 Minutes and Ahmadinejad to Anderson Cooper last night, is quite another.
I am outraged because this is still my country and I love it, warts and all. What scares me is how low the opinion of us is in many other parts of the world that those in attending audiences applauded.