Wednesday, November 30, 2005


James Wolcott is one of the great stylists of the blogosphere. He’s the Mark Steyn of the left. He’s also nasty, venomous and repulsive. For all his brilliance with words, his thinking is most unsound.

Speculating about the eventual withdrawal from Iraq, he quotes Martin van Creveld:

For misleading the American people, and launching the most foolish war since Emperor Augustus in 9 B.C sent his legions into Germany and lost them, Bush deserves to be impeached and, once he has been removed from office, put on trial along with the rest of the president's men. If convicted, they'll have plenty of time to mull over their sins.
To which Wolcott adds:

Nuremberg II, anyone?

Always good to remember what the leftists actually think.

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