Sunday, December 21, 2003

Question ... 

If the critics are right that the capture of Saddam has not made the U.S. any safer, and has made the situation in Iraq worse, then wouldn't it follow that we shouldn't have bothered in the previous months trying to find him? And wouldn't this have been true before he was captured? So why didn't any of the nattering nabobs of negativism say that we shouldn't have been wasting our time looking for Saddam before we found him? Did this unconventional wisdom become obvious to them only after? Also, wouldn't it logically follow that we should just let Saddam go back into hiding, since that would presumably make Iraq safer?
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