Sunday, April 24, 2005

Lessons Learned, at Least by Some

Victor Davis Hanson looks at the lessons we have learned from the broad war on Islamic terrorism with the superior analysis of a good historian, rather than a journalist. Link. These lessons appear obvious in retrospect, but they had to be learned the hard way. As I read them, I could not help thinking that they have not been learned by all. Looking over the Democratic landscape, with the occasional exception, such as Senator Lieberman, the Democrats have not only not learned these lessons but have totally rejected them. Looking at the world through leftist glasses (rose colored perhaps) they cannot see the obvious truths that have emerged since September 11. Let us hope they acquire a lot more Joseph Liebermans before they next acquire executive power.


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