Pete Dupont writes, “America and democrats of the world can be proud of 2004“. On the flipside, Michelle Malkin says, “2004 was a good year for terrorists, violent gang members, law-breakers and fraud artists seeking safe haven in America”.
Meanwhile, “I don’t really do predictions”, Glenn Reynolds smartly claims. “But I think that 2005 is going to turn out pretty well. It’s just a gut feeling, but I certainly hope so”.
Me too, obviously. At least the year isn’t beginning with the same election-charged “we’re going to the mattresses” undercurrent that 2004 began with.