by D. Cupples | The fact that President Bush turned out to be very wrong when promising us a short war in Iraq didn't stop him from "celebrating" the fifth anniversary of the invasion. Comedy Central's Jon Stewart sums up most Americans' view on the Iraq war (at least some 70% of Americans' view). No worries: Dick Cheney says that Americans' view on the war doesn't matter.
On a more admirable note (via Memeorandum), The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan
(who strongly supported the Iraq war for a while), admits errors he had
made ("cardinal sins," he calls them) when supporting the war.
Kudos to Mr. Sullivan for his honesty. It takes courage for anyone to admit an error -- especially on the blogosphere, where some people enjoy rubbing people's noses in their errors.
If only our president would admit errors -- a necessary step toward actually learning from them.
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