November 12, 2002

READER CECIL TURNER WRITES that this is the best anti-war argument that he’s seen:

The gist is that we should focus on Al Qaeda, contain Iraq, and avoid making new enemies among Arabs. It’s wrong–suggesting there is no collusion between Iraq and terrorists, and that Islamist attacks are limited by depth of feeling rather than military capability–but at least it’s coherent.

But the big question: why did I have to go to a conservative website to find it?

Beats me.

UPDATE: Reader Chris Wyatt points out this article in The New Yorker as something Turner should be reading. And The Pontificator, a blog I wasn’t familiar with, sends this link.

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