Sunday, February 24, 2008
Charles Krauthammer makes the case that victory is achieveable in Iraq. He says, "After agonizing years of searching for the right strategy and the right general, we are winning." He also notes that the Democrats refuse to admit the significant progress.
I have not heard much from intelligent war critics recently. I am genuinely curious what they would say. I know all about their arguments that there should not have been a war, that it has been fought incompetently (no argument there), or that it has not been worth it. The question is whether they deny that victory is realistically achieveable. Really.