It always amazes me how people in Washington just throw words out and expect reality to somehow wrap itself around them and make it true. President Obama declared with bravado last night: “Let me make something clear: The United States military doesn’t do pinpricks.” What? Are you kidding me? Obama’s central military doctrine is pinpricks. He’s the Prince of Pinpricks. What, exactly, are all these
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Once, when I was a White House reporter for a mainstream news organization, my editor ran a story on the front page. Mind you, we only put two stories on the front page, so it was a big deal. As I remember, it was a first-rate piece that presented some really important information. It deserved to be on the front page. It so deserved to
So we’re not putting out troops into Syria, Obama said last night. But we might begin a long and grueling effort to find, secure and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons. During a civil war. Where both sides are the bad guys. So I ask you, are we going to put the weapons inspectors through SEAL Team 6 boot camp and arm them to the teeth so
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