Sunday, March 16, 2008

Richard Perle

Pity Richard Perle.

He hoped for the best and didn't plan for the rest.

Never crossed his mind that there might be major frictional costs to a war-of-liberation in a land with serious doubts about the liberators, right, wrong, good, or bad and a neighbor anxious to exploit the situation.

Thinks that failing was what happened after the invasion, not with the lack of foresight before it.

Saddam is dead. Maybe a trillion dollars or more in cost later, he still thinks that was worth the good of that justified death, too.

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