DONALD SENSING WRITES that the “peace movement” doesn’t deserve credit for good intentions, because it doesn’t have good intentions. His brush is perhaps a bit broad — there are certainly people who are well-intentioned and honorable who oppose the idea of war in Iraq, though I think that they’re wrong — but in terms of the organized movement, well, he’s more or less on-target.

Meanwhile there’s a march on Washington this weekend (yeah, another one, and it’s organized by A.N.S.W.E.R. again, apparently.) If any bloggers are attending and posting accounts and pictures, please let me know. Meanwhile, here’s more about A.N.S.W.E.R.

I wonder if the Washington Post’s Evelyn Nieves will write another piece quoting antiwar protesters about how successful their movement is?

UPDATE: Christopher Johnson has comments, too. And Steven Den Beste responds to some conspiracy theories.

ANOTHER UPDATE: Justin Katz has some comments, too. And Christopher Hitchens has some tart observations.