More on M. Ch’Iraq

The two best columns this morning reflect in significant part on M. Ch’Iraq’s diplomatic effusions: Tony Blankley’s “France blackmails Poland” and Janet Daley’s “The damage is immense — and we’re not at war yet.”
Our friend D.J. Tice of the St. Paul Pioneer Press has a characteristically clear-eyed column on the subject of Iraq that the folks at RealClearPolitics have selected as one of today’s best along with Blankley’s and Daley’s: “Saddam’s success would produce more war, not more peace.”
Finally, Christopher Buckley adds a personal dimension to our recollections of the convulsions in Europe over President Reagan’s staring down the Soviet Union and its peace marching friends: “Another march of folly?”

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