Monday, February 02, 2004

Making a Dent... 
in America's public discourse.

Here's the latest from the Chicago Sun Times' Mark Steyn:

''Fraudulent''? Kerry makes much of his rapport with veterans, but I'd love to see him tell the brave British, Australian and Polish troops who helped liberate the Iraqi people that their participation was ''fraudulent,'' just as I'd love to see Maureen Dowd, who dismisses the coalition as ''a gaggle of poodles and lackeys,'' tell Britain's Desert Rats or the big beefy Fijians escorting Iraqi currency exchange convoys that they're ''poodles.''

You can read the whole column here. It's actually a pretty fun little dig at Kerry.

With between 1,500 and 2,000 hits a day, America doesn't read IraqNow. But with any luck, America will soon begin to read people who read IraqNow. Or at least read people who read people who read IraqNow.

IraqNow: A Festering and Spreading Lesion on the Body Politic.

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