Andy, what I objected to in Tancredo’s statement was his assertion that Bush himself was seeking the end of American sovereignty. You said my likening of him to LaRouche was out of line. But this is the key element of LaRouche’s worldview — that a conspiracy of elitists led by the president and the Queen (and, according to the Scottish dad in So I Married an Axe Murderer, Col. Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken) is seeking to create a one-world government order. Tancredo wasn’t talking about the Council on Foreign Relations or those transnational progressives who preach political union. He was talking about Bush, and claiming that Bush is conspiring with the president of Mexico and the prime minister of Canada in the destruction of America as we know it. If you choose not to see that as out of line, that’s your prerogative. It is also your prerogative to have a wonderful Thanksgiving and a joyous holiday weekend in the greatest nation in the world.