Tim Blair


New Criterion



Thursday, September 30, 2004
The Vietnam war was a quagmire earnestly to be desired, according to William Tucker, because it left other Asian communists too little resource to push on any other dominoes.

His colleague on the American Spectator, George Neumayr, supports the case from today's 'quagmire', Iraq.

Have you noticed that Zarqawi the throat-cutter hasn't been travelling much lately? Before the invasion Iraq was a haven for him. Today it's his home and his prison.