Monday, August 13, 2007

Moral Authority?

Here's a short entry via today's Instapundit, quoting an observation by blogger-military embed, the very-brave and extraordinarily objective Michael Yon. We will have to split hairs and disagree with Michael's conclusion, though:
A new dispatch from Michael Yon. "Our military has increasing moral authority in Iraq, but the same cannot be said for our government at home. In fact, it’s in moral deficit. . . . Washington has no moral clout in Iraq. Washington looks like a circus act. The authority is coming from our military. The importance of this fact would be difficult to understate."
No it wouldn't, Michael. No it wouldn't be difficult at all.

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