Truer Words

It’s pretty depressing how true this is:

The American public may have articulated frustration with the course of events in Iraq, but this feeling is derived more from a frustration at being defeated than from any moral outrage over getting involved in a war that didn’t need to be fought in the first place. Scott Ritter, “Stop the Iran War Before it Starts,” The Nation, February 5, 2007 (web)

But then, I don’t believe in using duckspeak to get audiences to disengage their brains, either.