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October 17, 2003
Quote of the Day

The eminently quotable Victor Davis Hanson:

... Americans must be reminded of more than details. They need to be assured that the war for Iraq is a noble cause, involving clear distinctions between good and evil, between a bright future and a horrendous past, between money and lives pledged for the promise of a civil society and oil profits of the past gleaned from a corrupt dictator. Americans are great souled, and so will rise to the occasion — but only if they are told that their sacrifices transcend the here and now, and will bring freedom for millions in the Middle East and security for themselves at home.
I hope someone at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is reading this guy.

Posted by Russ at 09:56 AM, October 17, 2003 in Quotes

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