January 30, 2005


Somehow, I think that if this were about something else,


American liberal femininists couldn't be kept quiet in their celebration.

H/T: Patrick

Posted by Rae at January 30, 2005 11:04 AM

It is so sad that we cannot see the possible joy in what is happening in Iraq. That country faces a long road, fraught with danger, but they are voting. Are there problems and risks? Of course, but wouldn't it be nice of the carping, and backbiting, and political polarization were balanced by the even the smallest recognition that there is good news over there as well? I have no problem with the MSM being critical of public policies in general, so long as the criticism is fair, but wouldn't it be great if, as a country, we projected a support of democratic principles in general?

Posted by: Greg at January 31, 2005 08:27 AM

Well, in fairness, I have to admit something after my last comment. I just walked outside to get my paper, the San Francisco Chronicle--that bastion of bias masquerading as legitimate liberalism--and I have to give them credit where it is due. They have a full width bold headline that reads: "BIG TURNOUT BUOYS HOPES." Now, that ain't all bad.

Posted by: Greg at January 31, 2005 08:32 AM
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