On the Iraq war I
So after a week the war is bogged down, and the government holds people defending their country against invasion to a standard that would have had the French Resistance prosecuted for war crimes after World War II; blames them for a humanitarian crisis in their second largest city, saying their refusal to surrender is what is preventing aid; and suggests their own anti-aircraft weapon may have been responsible for civilian deaths in the largest city, although (unembedded) international journalists have reported that the crater is too large for a surface-to-air missile to have made.
Meanwhile, on March 27 the Post as usual supports the government in its editorial, in this case taking its position on war crimes; implicitly suggests that a couple of mild letters are representative of the antiwar mail it has received; and reverts to form in putting coverage of antiwar protests in the Metro section when two Nobel Peace Prize winners are arrested.
the way, if anyone out there is interested I have a nice bridge over the East
River in lower