Ed Driscoll

TINA BROWN ON WEDNESDAY:It had

TINA BROWN ON WEDNESDAY:

It had been a particularly obnoxious week for a crowd that favors a more metrosexual approach to foreign relations.

Steven Den Beste, today:

In the wake of the capture of Saddam Hussein and a very broad roundup of other insurgents, those who have been hoping for American failure have now been blindsided with another hammer blow: Qaddafi announced that Libya would abandon all its secret programs to develop WMDs and would cooperate with international verification efforts.

What makes this even worse is that this is a purely diplomatic achievement, not a military one.

(Emphasis mine.)

So will Tina and her cocktail party crowd admit that maybe, just maybe, they were wrong about Bush and his team?