Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Tom Freidman on what to do in Iraq

Right here. I think he has it right. Here's a teaser:
Iraq has become one of those subjects that so many people now come to with so much emotional scar tissue that it is very hard to have a sober discussion about the actual situation there today. So much is colored by how you feel about George Bush or whether you were for or against the war. As a result, what we do next in Iraq — how and why — is barely getting discussed in the presidential campaign.

Too bad, because this is going to be a really hard call — one that will require sorting through three conflicting political realities.
Indeed. Read the whole thing.


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