Bush the Babykiller; Obama the Man of Peace
I found this over at the Weekly Standard: "What's the Difference Between Libya and Iraq?"
An Xtranormal video on why it doesn't make sense to accept Libya, but not Iraq:
I guess a question this mess in Libya brings to mind is this one: Did we learn anything from Iraq and Afghanistan? Here's a discussion at the Center for a New American Security: Two Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan That May Not Apply to Libya (But Probably Do) "
From the article: Although I have a lot of tactical, operational, and theoretical lessons learned from Iraq and Afghanistan that might interest readers of this blog, at the end of the day, my personal lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan boil down to the following: "Well, this has been hard, bloody, painful and expensive. Let us think very hard before ever doing it again."
Here is The Atlantic pointing out the "wildly inaccurate and misleading" reporting at Reuters: about the comparison of Bush and Obama, going to war. If the whores of the wheezebag leftist press are willing to tell any lie in order to back up their brown-eyed boy in the White House, then I don't know where that leaves any of us.