Tuesday, June 21, 2005

History's Rhyme, Continued....

As a follow-up to my post about the parallels between Iraq and Vietnam, today Dan Froomkin did a short overview of the issue in his "White House Briefing" column at Washington Post online and included a mention of yours truly.

The link is here for those interested.

I received a slew of email and reader-posted comments in response to my post, and want to thank everyone for their thoughts. If I have time, I'll try and address some of the responses during the next few days.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats dude! Don't forget us little people. :)

6/21/2005 11:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job. It is very interesting to see this issue starting to get some play now.

6/22/2005 5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well done TCR. Common sense begins to infiltrate the MSM!

6/22/2005 8:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have one question after reading the whole link (scroll down). How big a *&%&^%ing right wing nutjob do you have to be to vote for Ronald Reagan over GEORGE WASHINGTON????

Or if the order is reversed 5 through 1, then RR over ABRAHAM LINCOLN???

TCR, have your fellow conservative completely lost their minds???? Does the dry humping of Reagan's legacy know no decency? At long last (and at the end of slapping his name on anything not moving over 5 mph), has it no decency?

6/22/2005 12:54 PM  
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