Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Quick Thought

There are a lot of posts coming down the pike here, although it may take a little while before I have the time and am in the mood to get them posted.

Joesph Farah is making the same mistake that I earlier criticized Andrew C. McCarthy for making.

I'll try to post about Ol' Joe later, but for now, one quick thought:

A lot of pundits are looking at the Abdul Rahman case, and asking "why did we even bother going into Afghanistan if they're just going to keep being ruled by tyrants?"

When someone asks you that question, I think that you ought to bear in mind Justin Raimondo's response to a post on The Corner by Kathryn Jean Lopez.

K-Lo asked:

SAY IT AIN'T SO! – Sure, it was International Women's Day in Afghanistan, too on March 8 there, but some women were…wearing burkas. Whatever have we been fighting for?

Raimondo's reply:

Well, you see, Kathy, there were these two really big buildings in downtown Manhattan...

That is all.

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