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    we could use just such a plan right about now..., 2007-08-24 22:48:24 | Main | "forget democracy"..., 2007-08-28 00:06:51

    drenched:

    Syrian writer Subhi al-Hadidi discusses our conflagrations concerning an Iraq vet whom we have it on good authority probably doesn't even exist, or if he does couldn't possibly have seen what he saw because it would be a violation of military regulations, which never, ever happens:

    These America-America disputes do not really portend any important change in top-level decision-making by the American ummah at the hour of the paroxysm of its rage, when decisions are drenched in the emotional-religious coloration...and when any contrary decision resonates with the echoes of the nightmare [or Vietnam]...So in this climate it isn't surprising if The New Republic and the Weekly Standard speak with the same voice, so that each and every one of these "differences" is like distinguishing between the black cows in the black night.


:: posted by buermann @ 2007-08-27 07:53:15 CST | link





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