‘I can think of a very good reason why anti-war activists ...’:
Reader No. 1 writes in, in part due to the item immediately below:
“I can think of a very good reason why anti-war activists and glumfaced TV anchors such as I saw yesterday and last night (other than on Fox stations) can't sort out their feelings. It means this war has had an undeniable good outcome! Here's another reason: it would appear to boost Bush's reelection chances. (I say ‘appear’ because we should all remember what happened to Winston Churchill after WW2... and Bush 41 after Desert Storm...) ...”
And Reader No. 1 sends along this link to bolster his case.
-- I initially responded to Reader No. 1, but zapped what I wrote after sobering up.
-- I suggested below that it's only a matter of time before someone accuses the Bush administration of hatching an 'October surprise' over the capture of Osama. My money's on Jim McDermott
to wade first into this muck, if only because he's already saying the same thing about Saddam's capture. ... OK, so it's not such a bold prediction. ... Via Andrew Sullivan.