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I'm still not sure that invading Iraq was the most correct decision.
I think focus on Al-Q, and maintaining the hunt for Bin Laden would far outweigh what we've done in Iraq (at least in the near term...
Would anyone today argue who was on the good and evil side of WWII?
Ask the South Vietnamese, you know the same people who are still starving to death after years of communist rule, who was on the good side of the fight?
But does it accept the apparent corollary—that we should have been pursuing a policy to which the fanatics had no objection? One cannot one the one hand decry the dogma of Christianity and on the other hand excuse the dogma of Islam. Terrorists and Insurgents have been around for literally centuries.
Hitchens seems to forget about the far-more reasonable secular liberals at his own Slate magazine (Jane Smiley's awful guest column excepted). The American right is a better champion for secularism where it is most urgently needed. The Vikings were terrorists, American Revolutionaries were Insurgents (who stooped to terrorism when it suited them). Evil, unless you are drowning in someone's dogma.
There are wars, and there are battles for civilization. If everyone on the left and right had a little more perspective maybe there would be more understanding.
Hitchens' article is specious nonsense, designed purely to accomplish the self serving and self-evidently impossible task of reconciling his previous beliefs with those he currently professes (because he is constitutionally incapable of renouncing any position he has previously held). S.: now more firmly in the control of people who believe that they have the right to impose their religious beliefs on others.
the next 3000 victims aren't going to take solace in Iraqi Elections).
However, that doesn't in any way, mean that I support the Islamic theocrats, it means I question our leaders decisions, in the way they chose to stand against the Islamic theocrats. The "left" has many different factions, as does the "right." I wish we could throw those useless labels away, but we're stuck with them.
Ratatosk Tosk: that doesn't in any way, mean that I support the Islamic theocrats, it means I question our leaders decisions, in the way they chose to stand against the Islamic theocrats. "I'm still not sure that invading Iraq was the most correct decision." Don't worry rat when its all over and we demolish the insurgency and Iraq is on the path to freedom you can pull a John Kerry and voice your approval for our actions.