Kristol tries to make the ridiculous case that Dick Cheney being an unpopular and consistently wrong Republican is better than Illinois Gov. Blagojevich being a corrupt and now unpopular Democrat. At least that's all he seems to be doing in this column, and it's a weakly stated assertion at that. Not much substance here this week, seeing as how a quarter of the column is a transcript from Fox News and another quarter is a Rudyard Kipling poem.
Note: please excuse the spelling and grammatical errors. As an English major, they drive me nuts as well, but I'm a horrible typist, not an idiot, and I feel that it's more important to get my ideas across than to proofread.