Better Late Than Never

Matt Drudge linked to this UPI dispatch, which is mostly about Jordan but includes this account of a group of antiwar protesters who finally wised up:
“A group of American anti-war demonstrators who came to Iraq with Japanese human shield volunteers made it across the border today with 14 hours of uncensored video, all shot without Iraqi government minders present. Kenneth Joseph, a young American pastor with the Assyrian Church of the East, told UPI the trip ‘had shocked me back to reality.’ Some of the Iraqis he interviewed on camera ‘told me they would commit suicide if American bombing didn’t start. They were willing to see their homes demolished to gain their freedom from Saddam’s bloody tyranny. They convinced me that Saddam was a monster the likes of which the world had not seen since Stalin and Hitler. He and his sons are sick sadists.'”
These guys are obviously slow learners, but at least they were willing to admit they were wrong. No matter how well the war goes or how much it improves the lives of Iraqis, we won’t see much of that.


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