Hell Freezes Over. Twice.

We noted yesterday the New York Times editorial giving President Bush credit for Libya’s stunning turnabout. Today the Washington Post followed suit, in the person of Dana Milbank, the White House correspondent whom we have long derided as a DNC spokesman. Today, however, even Milbank had to concede that the President has achieved a coup:
“It has been a week of sweet vindication for those who promulgated what they call the Bush Doctrine. Beginning with the capture of Saddam Hussein a week ago and ending Friday with an agreement by Libya’s Moammar Gaddafi to surrender his unconventional weapons, one after another international problem has eased.”
Read it all. Hell may not freeze over again, any time soon.

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