You Say You Want A Revolution, Well...Alright Then

Yes, the international media is in a tizzy over Bush's call to end tyranny in the world. But not surprisingly, Israel seems a bit giddy:

At precisely the moment when critics claim he is stymied, Bush, in his second inaugural address, has just set out to liberate the entire world. And our region is at Ground Zero, so to speak, of his new, revolutionary vision... In laying down his revolutionary gauntlet, Bush must know that he will be derided as a hypocrite and a reckless dreamer. No American can be against the ideal of spreading democracy, but to stake national security on it, that's another matter. In front of the Capitol on Thursday, Bush called not merely for a remaking of other nations' foreign policy, but that of his United States. 'Hold on to your hats, this may be the most ambitious second-term - or any term - presidency ever'.

Israel's Jerusalem Post

That's what I'm talkin' 'bout!