Quoting one of my very favorite bloggers:
I don’t think President Bush is inerrant or that he and his administration have done everything right in Iraq. I am now of the opinion that Rumsfeld’s decision to prosecute the war with as few troops as possible was a mistake. We had plenty of troops to effect regime change, but not enough to occupy and secure Baghdad. The U.S. is reaping the consequences of that miscalculation right now. That being said, I don’t think it’s helpful to make an antiwar case … based on a distorted and tendentious description of the run-up to the war. Even when it’s repeated in not so many words, the “Bush lied, people died” mantra is tired, untrue, and not helpful.
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