The Daily Bork

February 25, 2005

The vacuity of the antiwar crowd

From a very good post at Normblog

It is possible to respect some of the reasons held by those who opposed the war, some of their reasons for having opposed it. It is impossible to respect a way of opposing the war which could not and cannot recognize in all this material any reason at all why that war might have been supported, impossible to respect a concern for international law which is either oblivious to or conveniently silent about the human weight of it. The smug certainty of rectitude within the worldwide anti-war (anti-liberation) consensus has revealed grave weaknesses within so-called progressive opinion.


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