And because these guys did the Lord's work in putting it together.
Here’s the short version: The United States invaded Iraq in 2003,
claiming that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had both weapons of mass
destruction and connections to Al Qaeda. He had neither. Today, both
Saddam Hussein and the United States are gone from Iraq. In their place?
I have a feeling that unfortunately this is going to come in handy in the near future for knocking down wingnut bullshit about how Obama "lost" Iraq.
Monday Extra: This is something I've been thinking about the last few days. Maybe I have a future in the State Department. At least if my garden didn't need some much work.
Secretary of State John Kerry cautiously signaled on Monday that the
United States would be open to cooperating with Iran militarily in Iraq
to beat back al Qaida-inspired fighters who pose an "existential" danger
to that war-torn country and may look to target Europe and the United
In the interest of making lemonades out of the lemons that George Bush turned Iraq into maybe we can at least gain some rapprochement out of the situation. We've left big, stinking piles of shit on Iran's Eastern and Western borders. Both of our countries have a vested interest in seeing them cleaned up.
UPDATED: Fred Kagan and Wm. Kristol disagree with me, I'm feeling much better about the idea that we should work with Iran. What's President Obama got to lose? The RightWing Media Congressional
Complex is going complain about whatever he does anyway. He doesn't have
to run for re-election. Israel can have a non-obstructionist role if
they like. Time to earn that Nobel, Barack!
Let me detail here a few observations and questions raised by this whistleblower story. 1. One part of the story...