May 3, 2004

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON offers some perspective on Iraq — but unfortunately in a pay-only WSJ column. Steven Bainbridge has excerpts and a summary.

It’s also worth reading these comments by Connie du Toit:

It isn’t about Iraq. It isn’t about Afghanistan. And it won’t be about Saudi Arabia, Syria, Indochina, North Korea, Iran, and Liberia. It’s about making it unattractive to go up against the Great Satan.

So, when Ted Koppel decided to spend an episode of Nightline reading the names and showing the pictures of the soldiers who had died in Iraq, it felt wrong immediately.

Read the whole thing.

UPDATE: Here’s the full text of Hanson’s piece, available at this free link.

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