Thursday, July 07, 2005

Sirota Speak


The idea that, because our troops are in Iraq, terrorists will only attack us there and not "in the streets of our own cities" is, first and foremost, an insult to our troops because it treats them as if their entire mission is to serve as bait for terrorists. That's not what our troops – or America – was told this was all about.

And, Holden gives us Andrew Sullivan's Greatest Hit:

Far more advantageous to fight terror using trained soldiers in Iraq than trying to defend civilians in New York or London.