Friday, January 05, 2007

Are there worse things than isolationism?

Isaac Chotiner at The New Republic gazes briefly into the abyss:
The fact that this magazine turned against the war only when it started to go badly may not be a point in our favor.
Maybe not, eh?

Then he blinks:
But it's also a sign that the magazine is not isolationist. Moreover, if memory serves, TNR spent a significant amount of time calling those on the left isolationist and worse in the run-up to the invasion.
Phew! Call me anything, but don't call me isolationist!

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