Steve McCann writes at American Thinker:
Excessive civility in the face of a national crisis is tantamount to indifference.
The Bush family dynasty exemplifies the patrician attitude of holding oneself above the fray after fulfilling one's pre-ordained obligation to society.
This may have been fine in the halcyon days of the past, when America's future seemed limitless and those answering to the call of duty were for the most part honorable people.
With Barack Obama at the helm, that is no longer the case.