Monday, February 16, 2004

The Right War for the Right Reasons::Robert Kagan & William Kristol at the Weekly Standard give a most in depth justification for military action in Iraq.

For those who wish to counter the arguments David Kay's recent report give to opponents of action, you should read this. It was a clear choice for many, many reasons.

Basically, the decision to change Iraq is a drastic change in will of policy makers. It is one thing to decide that an Iraq without dictatorship & Saddam would have amazing effects on the entire region, and therefore the world. The Clinton administration, to give it credit, knew that it would be the right thing to do.

It is another matter all together to take action.

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