The Therapy Sessions
Thursday, May 15, 2003
Some people just can't get over the fact that the war caused little damage to Iraq. We spent billions making and using the most precise weaponry in history. In taking Grozny, the Russians lost 5000 of their own soldiers and probably killed 100,000 civilians. Grozny is one twentieth the size of Baghdad. You remember the huge outpouring of outrage over Russian actions in Chechnya?
I don't either.
No destruction? It's so un-photogenic! Tony Auth (Philly Inquirer) is on some kind of crusade:
Is Bremer standing on top of one Saddam's palaces?