Sane voices in an insane world
Salon has a very timely piece on the question of Iraqi civilian casualties... As always, Alternet and The Nation have a host of good articles. And Bob Herbert, unsurprisingly, has something important to say:
Now that U.S. strikes against Iraq have begun, we should get rid of one canard immediately, and that's the notion that criticism of the Bush administration and opposition to this invasion imply in some sense a lack of support or concern for the men and women who are under arms... (read more)Hear, hear.
Also, I always think of Daschle as a wishy-washy apologist for the GOP, but he makes a few comments that suggest he's not behind Bush 100 percent and conservatives make it out like he's working directly for Baghdad... So let me just say: being anti-war is NOT the same thing as being pro-Hussein. Also, being critical of Bush is not the same thing as being anti-American. Period.
Oh, and I almost forgot--you really have to read Atrios, ok?