Do Bush followers have a political ideology?

Now, in order to be considered a “liberal,” only one thing is required – a failure to pledge blind loyalty to George W. Bush. The minute one criticizes him is the minute that one becomes a “liberal,” regardless of the ground on which the criticism is based. And the more one criticizes him, by definition, the more “liberal” one is. Whether one is a “liberal” – or, for that matter, a “conservative” – is now no longer a function of one’s actual political views, but is a function purely of one’s personal loyalty to George Bush.

From
Unclaimed Territory – by Glenn Greenwald

I wrote about this before. I think its increasingly clear that this administration puts personal loyalty ahead of any principals. For that matter, personal loyalty trumps all, including any inconvenient facts.