Tonight’s question

I was struck by this passage from Mark Steyn’s latest piece about media coverage of the war in Iraq, to which Scott linked yesterday:

Peter Worthington, the Canadian columnist and veteran of World War II and Korea, likes to say that there’s no such thing as an unpopular won war. The Democrat-media alliance are determined to make Iraq an exception to that rule.

Might it be that some members of the Democrat-media alliance are determined to make Iraq a permanently unpopular war by ensuring that we pull out before it is won?

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