Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Fragile, Reversible - I wish

Listening to Petraeus and Crocker moan about how fragile and reversible the many gains won by the surge are, I couldn't help but wonder at the many right-wingers who dare to call such a pathetic situation a success. I also coudn't help but hope that the domestic mistakes and mischief of the Bush gang will be equally fragile and reversible.

Of course, I know otherwise.

It will take years of hard work to undo the damage done by this incompetent and dishonest president. Our civil liberties are indeed fragile; our respect for human rights too easily reversed.

We have some work ahead of us.

Neil

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