STILL ON THE ISLAND, FIGHTING FOR TOJO
You can spot the loonies -- Daniel Henninger of The Wall Street Journal's editorial page, for instance -- because they still say "Bush legacy" as if it's a good thing, as if, up to this point, it's a precious and beautiful thing that must not be destroyed.
Henninger also, presumably with a straight face, speaks of "Mr. Bush's generals, to whom he has shown remarkable deference."
And he says that "the decision in 2003 to ... abandon the early formation of an Iraqi-led governing structure deprived the Iraqis of desperately needed political experience." Translation: Chalabi would have made all this work just perfectly.
Nuts. They're still nuts.