Saturday, February 07, 2004
Victor Davis Hanson gets on a serious roll in this National Review Online column.| |
The United States has lost less than 350 American dead in actual combat in Iraq, deposed the worst tyrant on the planet, and offered the first real hope of a humane government in the recent history of the Middle East — and is being roundly condemned rather than praised for one of the most remarkable occurrences of our age. Yet a careful postbellum anatomy of the recent WMD controversy makes the original case for the war stronger rather weaker.Click over to NRO and read this one. And check out Hanson's past columns if you're not familiar with his work.