Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Who Are You Gonna Believe -- James Taranto, or Your Lying Eyes?

Clark Stooksbury's on fire today:
Taranto is obviously right -- to paraphrase Nixon's press secretary, Ron Ziegler: all previous criticisms of the Iraq War are inoperative. It turns out we were all wrong to listen exclusively to Cleland about the war -- we aren't in a Mesopotamian quagmire after all. The invasion was a glorious success. In fact, most of our troops were withdrawn after a government was formed in the summer of 2003. I bet their new currency is called the Rummy. I haven't bothered to check, but I believe that Ahmed Chalabi is the Iraq ambassador to Israel and he works closely with that country to counter the Iranian threat. When I catch up on my reading I am sure that I will find that Sadr City has become a vibrant high tech corridor with fancy coffee shops and internet cafes.
And:
Finally, let me join Taranto in sneering at Cleland. So the former Georgia senator, who lost three limbs in Vietnam (boo hoo, he still has an arm) got a little weepy over hearing about casualties in Iraq. Hey, if you want to make a neocon souffle, you gotta break a few thousand eggs.
That's most of it, but the rest is well worth the small effort required to click here.

1 comment:

Aakash said...

That was a hillarious entry! Mr. Stooksbury is an excellent blogger.