miércoles, enero 02, 2008

LECTURA DEL DÍA, gracias al teclado del grandísimo Victor Davis Hanson:
Views on the war in Iraq now transcend reasonable discussion. The war rests in the realm of emotion, warped by the hysteria of partisan bickering.

The result is that we have forgotten why we invaded Iraq in long-ago 2003. We cannot agree why we had problems after the stunning removal of Saddam Hussein. And we are not sure either whether we are winning — or why we even should.
Leedlo entero; es largo, pero no os arrepentiréis.