The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Wednesday, March 19, 2008
IRAQ AT FIVE: At Reason, we marked the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by asking our staff to reflect on how our thoughts about the war have evolved since the conflict began. Here's what I had to say:
In 2003 I thought there was no compelling reason to invade Iraq, even if the country held weapons of mass destruction; that the U.S. would easily topple Saddam Hussein's regime but would run into serious troubles when the occupation began; and that the war would do much more harm than good.

Five years later, I am less likely to concede the possibility that Saddam was concealing weapons of mass destruction.
You can read everyone else's thoughts
on our site. And as long as I'm self-promotin': My TAC article about the Kinks is now online as well.


posted by Jesse 9:11 PM
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