October 10, 2004

In The Meantime

I may get around to the thinking end of blogging before too long, I've finally gotten enough notice to have a commenter from the other side and I owe him an answer, but for now, here's some linking.

The Armorer addresses the difference between a gun nut in the sense of someone who is healthily nuts about guns and a person who is nuts and has armaments.

War is indeed, as the bumper stickers say, not the answer. War is the question. Victory is the answer.

My wee wifey doesn't pay much attention to the news; she counts on me to keep her up to date. The fact that she happened to be watching "Mad Max" when I brought her this news put her right in line with the commenters.

Liberals tend not to understand business, and thus not to understand the importance of protecting a brand. Anyone who understands why this is bad idea would understand that Harvard would not have put their M.B.A. program at risk by graduating George W Bush if he didn't deserve it.

My understanding of survival practice suggests that Brian B's analogy is flawed, but it still serves as a simple tool for discussing the wisdom of having gone into Iraq.

The other essential tool for discussing Iraq is the word from those who have actually been there.

Great minds think alike - even if they choose to act differently. Charlie Sykes was talking about this on Milwaukee radio before Friday's debate.

Posted by triticale at October 10, 2004 07:13 AM

Most excellent point - War is the question... Victory the answer!

Posted by: John of Argghhh! at October 10, 2004 05:24 PM
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