Austin Bay. Every last word.
Austin Bay (recently profiled by Pajamas Media, where he’s an editorial board member) writes:October 2005: Peter Jennings has passed away, Al Jazeera is still with us — though arguably less antagonistic since the Iraqi presidential election of January…
Do I need to be convinced?
Convinced? No. Reassured? Maybe.
I couldn’t agree more, but he passes lightly over the other main front in this war. The home front.
With respect to the battle for hearts and minds, the terrorists are far more successful here and in Europe than they are in Iraq.
It would seem that much of our mainstream media is their biggest ally and has done more to dampen spirits on the homefront than any military/terror operation ever could.
Yep, the Home Front is almost a lost cause. We may “win” in Iraq, but we’ve already lost the war HERE.
Al Queda doesn’t have the ACLU and CAIR to sue any efforts to win.
You know, “read it all” links work a lot more effectively when combined with the slightest indication of the subject of the work being linked.
(I mean, yeah, Austin Bay, so it’ll be about Iraq. But why not tell us it’s about Zarqawi’s strategic failures?
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