Carol Platt Liebau: Iraq and Al Qaida

Friday, November 25, 2005

Iraq and Al Qaida

Victor Davis Hanson reminds all of us that, until such ackowledgements became politically inconvenient, there was bipartisan agreement that long standing links between Iraq and Al Qaida existed -- in fact, it was one of the justifications asserted for going to war in Iraq (and a rationale upon which 77 senators -- and a majority of Senate Democrats -- agreed).


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a pro-winning campaign. Nobody is in favor of war. Folks should be called anti-win, not anti-war.

9:17 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Good point, Anonymous!

11:04 AM  
Anonymous Marine Mom in St Paul said...

Yes, but this has been has resulted in the negative connotation of the word "victory". Now we have to think of something that has nothing to do with political correctness, so we'll try the word WIN in hopes that it will last through this conflict. But if someone's self-esteem is damaged by the word WIN, the next thing we'll have to do is try to PREVAIL until that gets to be a "problem" for some group, and then maybe we'll call it "NOT LOSING" or LOSING LESS, or some other watered down loser's preferred euphemism.

11:46 AM  
Blogger eLarson said...

Anon: Ask and ye shall receive:

The Pro-Victory Coalition

6:19 AM  
Blogger eLarson said...

That's weird... a "br/" tag ended up at the end of the link. Delete the stray characters and it will get you there.

6:21 AM  
Anonymous sgk said...

Or try this one...

I like that...."Pro-Victory"...sounds good!

12:29 PM  

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