Monday, June 18, 2007

Quote of the Day

"Were our founding fathers here, they would surely look on Iraq with horror and judge that the nation they created had fundamentally lost its way. If the war in Iraq leads the United States to return to its traditional, restrained grand strategy, then perhaps the whole experience will not have been in vain.

Either way, the Iraq syndrome is coming. We need to be prepared for the divisiveness, vitriol, self-doubt and recrimination that will be its symptoms. They will be the defining legacy of the Bush administration and neoconservatism's parting gift to America."

--Christopher J. Fettweis (assistant professor of national-security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College), on the coming 'Iraq War Syndrome' that will grip the nation.

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