I assume Kevin's question is half rhetorical, but nonetheless an answer would be nice. Lots of prominent pundits were apparently against the war but didn't bother to share that with the rest of us. Joe Klein's got a prominent spot in a major magazine, and he's not such a bad writer when he actually has something to say. A nice essay on why someone who was opposed to the war in private failed to do so in public might teach us rabble something.
How about it, Joe? Not too late to show a bit of courage. Baby steps.