Friday, March 02, 2007
That Jules Crittenden, he knows good news when he sees it, and he’s seen plenty. I know he’s set up the strawman as “Good News Bad News,” but I didn’t see much there that wasn’t all to the good.
In any generation prior to
Just a taste to chase you over to Jules’ place:
When is bad news good news? When it is your enemy’s.
Reuters loads us up on the Good News out of Iraq: too many al-Qaeda dead to count in a village in Anbar, where Iraqi security forces just kept killing them all day. US and Iraqi forces raiding into Sadr City, just messing around right now, a death squad leader here, a death squad leader there, gearing up for the big push. And the Iraqi Foreign Minister says 1,000 former Iraqi Army officers are coming back, a “sign of reconciliation.”
It’s gotta be good news when it gets so quiet in
He’s got that right, when even anti-war Media can’t find anything but success in the air, we’ve turned a corner.
Not that that’s halted the Democrats’ desperate efforts to build some policy contraption to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Just in the past 72 hours, I think they’ve jerry-rigged up some half dozen Rube Goldberg gadgets (thanks Ralph, for the reminder), only to sweep the broken pieces to the floor. Usually amidst a chorus of jeers and catcalls, even from within their own ranks of Congress and the Media.
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