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Iraq: The Writing’s On the Wall

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When John Derbyshire is saying this:

Well, I’m with Bill Buckley and George Will. This pig’s ear is never going to be made into a silk purse, not by any methods or expenditures the American people are willing to countenance. The only questions worth asking about Iraq at this point are: How does GWB get out of this with the least damage to US interests, and to his party’s future prospects? I wish I had some answers.

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  • Not that I disagree about what will or will not happen but Buckley was never an outright supporter of the Iraq adventure, George Will thought the mission was folly although he thought we would do better than we have, and Derb thought we should have gone in, deposed Saddam and, to paraphrase General Sherman, let God sort them out.

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