Give The Times some credit today for trying to put forth a path in Iraq in a major editorial. Whether it is a plan, I’m not sure. And I wish it were signed so the discussion could continue, person-to-person, idea-for-idea. But still, it is an effort to have the right discussion, which is how to get the Iraqi people out of this mess.
And it sure beats the White House’s pronouncement that it will no longer say “stay the course.” Because, of course, you can’t stay the course if you can’t find the course to stay. They’re not saying what they’re going to do or not do. They’re saying what they’re not going to say.
Since when did Jon Stewart start writing for Tony Snow?