Ed Driscoll

ANDREW SULLIVAN ON THE PROTESTORS:It

ANDREW SULLIVAN ON THE PROTESTORS:

It seems to me that the far left anti-war message, misguided before the war, is close to obscene today, and tells us something about what we’re up against. Before the war, these people claimed they weren’t pro-Saddam; they were just pro-peace. But now that the Iraqi people have the first chance in living memory to have a decent, pluralist and democratic country, these demonstrators want to abandon them to chaos, terror, civil war and a possible new dictatorship. The only connective thread in this movement is hatred of the United States. (Oh, and Israel. Some posters [carried by protestors] openly called for the eradication of the Jewish state.)

Of course, they’re far from the only protestors to do so.