May 25, 2010

IN THE ABSENCE OF BDS:

In the absence of debate, Iraq and Afghanistan go unnoticed (Fred Hiatt, May 24, 2010, Washington Post)

You would hardly know, from following this year's election campaign or the extensive coverage of last week's primaries, that America is at war.

Those elected to Congress in November will face fateful decisions on the continued deployment, or not, of U.S. forces in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet those wars, and the wisdom of committing to or withdrawing from them, have hardly been mentioned in the hard-fought campaigns of the spring.


The case for the UR always rested on his pursuing W's policies but the lunatic Left not minding.

Posted by Orrin Judd at May 25, 2010 5:46 AM
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