Ed Driscoll

America's Most Unpopular War?

Larry Elder writes:

At a recent White House press conference, New York Times reporter Elisabeth Bumiller called Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, Bush’s nominee for president of the World Bank, “a chief architect of one of the most unpopular wars in our history.”

“One of the most unpopular wars in our history”? Hmmm, sounds like another editorial masquerading as a question.

“To the history books!”, Larry shouts, and he finds lots of examples–including the Revolutionary War(!) to place our liberation of Iraq into the context of history.