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Wednesday, March 02, 2005

The Vision is looking sound

Indications so far are that President Bush's strategy for the Middle East is working. The final decision of the judges not come for some time, but with each passing day, we see further evidence that big change is a-brewin' over there. For the (admittedly substantial) cost of the invasion of Iraq, we ALSO get positive changes in:

1) Libya
2) Saudi Arabia
3) Egypt
4) Lebanon
5) Syria

A harbinger of things to come? Time will tell, but it's certainly looking good. I expect the Democrats to credit Clinton and Arafat with the successes in the coming weeks.

UPDATE: Even comedian Jon Stewart is starting to see the light, as expressed here in this transcript of an interview with Nancy Soderberg from James Taranto's Best of the Web for today. Read it, and you'll begin to realize that if this thing really suceeds, it could not only be the catalyst for change in the world, but also a tipping point for further extention of the Republican majority.

I'm AGAIN thankful that Kerry didn't win. With the economy booming and changes like this happening, he'd be getting all the credit, and that's something I just couldn't take. It's GWBs to take credit for, and he's well deserving of it.

Blogger Sloanasaurus said...

I partially disagree. If Kerry would have gotten elected, the war would have gone quite differently after November 2. A Kerry victory would have given the terrorist forces in Iraq and around the world hope that the America's Iraq policy would change. Thus, they would have been able to raise more recruits, more money, and more morale. The Bush victory sealed their fate in that nothing would change. The U.S. election devestated the terrorists as much as the Jan 30 elections.

11:14 PM, March 02, 2005  

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