Month: November 2006

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Eric Martin in response to this post at TAPPED: First things first: Payne and Farley are right to note that not finding WMD had a tangible upside. Not only did it relieve anxiety over Saddam’s destructive arsenal – and its potential use on our soldiers, or elsewhere – but it also, as Payne argued, offered […]

World Hello Day

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On November 20, 2006

Aside from Christmas, I can’t think of a holiday more needlessly optimistic than World Hello Day, which will be observed in its proper obscurity tomorrow, as it has been every November 21 for th

Smell the Glove

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On November 20, 2006
Confederate Yankee has been eating paste again. Let our soldiers use their massive advantages in firepower, training, and communications to take the fight to the enemy. Quit trying to fight a “nice” war. Such weakness does not result in a victory; to win a war the other side must realize that they cannot hope to […]

Craven Liar of the Week

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On November 20, 2006

Atlas Shrugs. Fretting over President Bush’s visit to Indonesia, Pam Oshry runs the following preface to a stream of gory photos, which she publishes for no discernible reason other than to whip

You, Sir, are an Idiot

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On November 19, 2006
Josh Muravchik is a real prize, but at least he helps me hold out hope that, if I fail to get tenure, I could drop 40 or so IQ points in the ensuing binge and still get a job at the American Enterprise Institute. Josh: In short, Tehran can build influence on a mix of […]

Grunt

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On November 19, 2006

I thought that the tale of the grunting weightlifter kicked out of the gym was a mildly amusing human interest story without political import. Others disagree, and Erik’s on the case. …zuz

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