Monsters of the Moment

From Saddam to Osama, America Creates Its Own Nightmares

Several factors recommend this path. For one, some if not most of the nations opposed to the present Bush war plan would have a difficult time rejecting a more modulated, commonsense approach, using techniques already in place. And the damage to Washington's relationship with old allies would be softened.

There would also be significantly less destruction of Iraq's extensive road system, bridges, and other infrastructure, making much easier any nation-building effort to follow.

Finallyand not leasta lot fewer human beings would be killed, including Americans.

Something to think about.

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