David Frum, George Bush’s former speechwriter, is not the kind of person one would invite to dinner. Like all Zionists, he is arrogant, pushy and full of himself. He coined the infamous phrase “axis of evil” used in Bush’s State of the Union address in January 2002.
Canadian-born Frum acquired US citizenship in 2007 but has run into political trouble with his neo-con allies. Following approval of Obama’s healthcare reform bill on March 21, Frum wrote on his blog that the Republican right has lost the game; that they would become irrelevant if they continue on this path.
That was the beginning of invective directed at Frum that he and his ilk usually dish out to others. It went further: on March 25, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), another bastion of Zionist neo-con propaganda machine, fired Frum from his position as resident scholar. Frum is, of course, no scholar; he is an unabashed propagandist for the Zionist State but it appears he has crossed a red line with the American right wing that brooks no opposition from anyone, including its Zionist allies, especially in inter-tribal warfare.
Frum’s real sin, according to the Republican right, is that he appeared to side with Obama (he did not). Such betrayal is unforgiveable. In his letter to the AEI, Frum wrote that his departure was non-voluntary. When contacted, the AEI said it had to do with money, not politics. Really? Right-wing fascists are running out of cash? Were that so, the world would be a far better place.