Send your New Republic subsription fees to Spencer Ackerman! You can watch as he picks up the pathetic dorks at National Review and throws them against the wall, just to show the world that he means business:
toohotfortnr: how will you know your enemy? by their colour or your fear?: Oh, Jonah. Today [Jonah Goldberg writes]:
In the dumbed-down debate we're having, there are only two sides: Pro-war and antiwar. This is silly. First, very few folks who favored the Iraq invasion are abstractly pro-war.
Jonah, April 23, 2002:
I've long been an admirer of, if not a full-fledged subscriber to, what I call the "Ledeen Doctrine." I'm not sure my friend Michael Ledeen will thank me for ascribing authorship to him and he may have only been semi-serious when he crafted it, but here is the bedrock tenet of the Ledeen Doctrine in more or less his own words:
Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business.