Friday, June 24, 2005

Required reading

Victor Davis Hanson in National Review.


Anonymous tired & excitable said...

Agree with Hanson on nearly all except his feeble apologia about Bush's failure to win the propaganda war, a losing hand for "largely historical reasons" according to VDH.

If you'll forgive a brief lapse into technical language, that's a load of crap.

The propaganda war has been lost because it was never waged right at any stage. Bush bears a direct responsibility there, though the dishonor is divided nearly equally among many (State Dept above all). The propaganda ought to have been a no-brainer given the caliber of the antagonists -- especially including the Briddish media who, with a couple of exceptions, are as sorry a bunch of vulnerable wanked-out losers as you'll find anywhere on earth.

Far as I can tell, nobody in Washington is serious about any of this despite a massive constituency fully aware of the need. In a nutshell, that's why, Mr Scott, you and your website will thrive and prosper.

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