Wednesday, March 19, 2008

What Do We Want? When Do We Want It?

I usually mark the anniversary of the Iraq war with some kind of outraged call to action, but I can't think of a single thing to say this year. The war is a human, financial, cultural, and military disaster, and both America and Iraq will be paying for it for generations to come.

So instead of trying to write something new, I'll just share this short story that I published last year, which captures how I feel better than a blog entry could.


Anonymous said...

wow. i feel ... i don't know how to express how i feel, after reading that. overwhelmed.

Anonymous said...

Our brilliant President said "We are laying the foundations for peace for generations to come." As usual, he has it completely backwards.