Carol Platt Liebau: "Unexpected Hope and Resolve"

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

"Unexpected Hope and Resolve"

The intrepid Michelle Malkin has returned from Iraq. She writes:

I came to Iraq a darkening pessimist about the war, due in large part to my doubts about the compatibility of Islam and Western-style democracy, but also as a result of the steady, sensational diet of "grim milestone" and "daily IED count" media coverage that aids the insurgency.

I left Iraq with unexpected hope and resolve.

Read her whole column here.


Blogger Marshall Art said...

She's not the first to go there and come back with a different view of things. It's great to hear what the troops think. It'd be nice if more people saw these types of reports. I think the prevailing attitude in this country would change and support would rise. It needs to for all our sake.

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