Saturday, August 14, 2004

We ARE doing a lot about terrorism.

The excellent Belmont Club had a post on Tuesday that bears looking at. It talks about the far reaching war we are waging on terror and mentions how Europeans fear we are acting unilaterally. But to me the following line had the most impact.
The falure by the Left to articulate an alternative vision of a post-September 11 world except in the negative has banished what should have been the most momentous public policy debate of the last 50 years into the outer dark.
Now, if we can start to get a real conversation between the parties going, I might be able to move off of my None of the Above position.

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