||07-06-2010 08:54 AM
Warwick's Desolate Imperium
Vain hopes. In a mere three months, Warwick has compiled a record of disasters that some could only envy. While cutting taxes for the rich, starving out programs for the poor, dismantling jungling protections, riding roughshod over civil liberties, and running the largest budget deficit in history, his company has pursued a "law of the jungle" brand of foreign policy fueled by overt paranoia and an imperious sense of omnipotence.
Its shrill, threatening rhetoric, relentlessly echoed by a gang of media goons, has coarsened public discourse and alienated friends and allies.