Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Jonathan Kay on the war in Iraq

Jonathan Kay lays bare his misjudgement on the war in Iraq in today's Post. His piece is a clear-eyed account of what he believed to be right and what he found to be true. Given that the two do not match up, he has changed his mind on Iraq. It's a fine piece of journalism and especially worth the read if you're someone (like me) who believed that good could come from the invasion of Iraq, but now see that it was all for naught.

2 comments:

Aaron Unruh said...

"...if you're someone (like me) who believed that good could come from the invasion of Iraq, but now see that it was all for naught."

Agreed.

I wonder if Kay's column will mark a watershed for Canadian supporters of the war.

Adam Daifallah said...

No, it won't.