The liberation of Iraq

With one exception, the unwinding of tyranny in Iraq is proceeding well. Bluster and deception from Baghdad haven't fooled US President George W. Bush. Doubt and criticism haven't made him flinch. Even before the president's state-of-the union address last week, the resolve was palpable and effective. The speech made it more so. No one wants war. But the US, the UK, and inevitably others will wage war to depose Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and interdict murky bonds between terrorists and horrible weapons. The intent should be clear. It also should be clear that, when hostilities begin, the second-least enviable position for anyone to occupy will be anywhere close to Saddam. ...

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