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National Review's Limitless Chutzpah

The Iraq war's most enthusiastic backers tend to have something in common with those who launched the war in the first place: they never served in the

The Iraq war's most enthusiastic backers tend to have something in common with those who launched the war in the first place: they never served in the military. But that didn't stop National Review's W. Thomas Smith from writing this gem:

[T]he majority of the most vocal of the war critics have never even worn the uniform of our country.

As Kevin Drum put it, "You gotta admit, it takes balls for someone writing for National Review to even bring up the subject."

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