Tony Blankley at Real Clear Politics has this to say about the enemedia’s treatment of the War in Iraq:

It has become obligatory for both pro- and anti-war commentators never to mention the possibility of victory in Iraq. The most that anti-war people will admit is that the surge has gained a temporary military advantage in a war that cannot be won militarily. The most pro-war commentators will claim is that they see the possibility of success, perhaps, maybe, someday, somehow.

He calls Iraq the most underreported successful military operation since the invention of the telegraph.

Unfortunate, but true. And our men and women in uniform pay the price with their lives while we sip our morning coffee and pretend it’s not happening — or worse, that our country is evil for having the audacity to depose a tyrant, bring him to justice and set his captives free. Disgusting.