Flashback To 2002: Your Media Working Hard For War.

Jonathon Schwartz gives us another example of how the insane lust for war turns into gold for the Jefferey Goldberg's of the beltway class and then of course, there are no consequences. It's mind-boggling. I can't say this often enough. We need to shame these journalists every chance we get so that their words have consequences.

A Tiny Revolution: Here's Jeffrey Goldberg, then a staff writer at the New Yorker, participating in a debate on Iraq in Slate on October 3, 2002. That was five years ago today:

The administration is planning today to launch what many people would undoubtedly call a short-sighted and inexcusable act of aggression. In five years, however, I believe that the coming invasion of Iraq will be remembered as an act of profound morality...read on

And Andrew Sullivan was cheering him on....


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