Wednesday, April 25, 2007

This is getting ridiculous. Obviously everyone can draw a white flag, and everyone has in the past couple weeks. Lucky for the commies the election is far off. They can pass their symbolic bill now, and spend the next 18 months asking "What appeasement?" enough times to trick the voters. UT:

Our white flag-to-content ratio is quite high these days. Here is an editorial from today's Wall Street Journal to give some more balance to, titled "Harry's War".

So far, the surge is meeting that test, even before the additional troops Mr. Bush ordered have been fully deployed. Between February and March sectarian violence declined by 26%, according to Gen. William Caldwell. Security in Baghdad has improved sufficiently to allow the government to shorten its nightly curfew. Radical Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has been politically marginalized, which explains his apparent departure from Iraq and the resignation of his minions from Mr. Maliki's parliamentary coalition--a sign that moderate Shiites are gaining strength at his expense.