Sunday, January 14, 2007

Sensations of His Own Weakness

Glenn Greenwald writes about how a cornered, threatened, weakened Bush is especially dangerous for us all:
The most dangerous George Bush is one who feels weak, powerless and under attack. Those perceptions are intolerable for him and I doubt there are many limits, if there are any, on what he would be willing to do in order to restore a feeling of power and to rid himself of the sensations of his own weakness and defeat.

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