January 22, 2007


Read Varifrank's 10 Things I Learned From Iraq

Posted by Sarah at January 22, 2007 09:18 AM | TrackBack

Apparently he missed the biggest and most obvious lessons to be learned from Iraq:

- The American people will not support a war based upon lies.

- An illegal, immoral and unjust war forces warriers to make compromises on morality. That is never a good thing for those with sound moral values. (For the others it doesn't matter.)

These are tough but important lessons that every soldier should take to heart.

Posted by: ken at January 22, 2007 02:30 PM

I thought of something else for Varifranks to add to his clever analogy between Bosnia and Iraq: Bosnia was in a sectarian civil war that we didn't start. Iraq is in a sectarian civil war that we did start. Ooops.

Posted by: Will at January 22, 2007 05:18 PM

Interesting. I saw "ken" post pretty much the same thing over at Blackfive.

Guess another L³ memetic surge is underway.

Posted by: Patrick Chester at January 24, 2007 11:37 AM