Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Thinly Disguised Neocon Subterfuge

Here's David Brooks' thinly disguised attempt to divert attention away from the recently published excellent investigative journalism of Dana Priest and William Arkin of the Washington Post.

His last sentence is cheap soap opera drama. The French Revolution was not about bureaucracy so much as it was about the obscene hording of wealth and the greed of those in power.

Come to think of it, perhaps his last sentence is appropriate.


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