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Tuesday, August 10, 2004

VodkaPundit lays out a Game Plan

"Well, damn!" Beldar exclaims admiringly.  Stephen Green sounds like Victor Davis Hanson in his new post entitled "Game Plan."

Okay, I guess Dr. Hanson wouldn't write this paragraph exactly this way:

That's what gets me about all the complaints that President Bush "didn't have a plan" to "win the peace" in Iraq. Oh, blow me. Nobody ever has a plan for the peace. Or if they do, it will prove useless. "No peace plan survives the last battle" is the VodkaPundit corollary to Clausewitz's dictum that no battle plan survives first contact with the enemy.

But it's a damned nice piece of work โ€” well-argued, with persuasive historical references and analogies โ€” and with which I agree entirely.

Posted by Beldar at 12:17 PM in Current Affairs | Permalink

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(1) Miller's Time made the following comment | Aug 10, 2004 6:32:14 PM | Permalink

Just heard you on Hugh Hewitt. He is right, this is a fine blog...

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