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Paul Krugman: Marches of Folly, From Iraq to the Deficit

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the war -- having cost thousands of American lives and scores of thousands of Iraqi lives, having imposed financial costs vastly higher than the war's boosters predicted -- left America weaker, not stronger, and ended up creating an Iraqi regime that is closer to Tehran than it is to Washington. So did our political elite and our news media learn from this experience? It sure doesn't look like it. All in all, it was an object lesson in the dangers of groupthink, a demonstration of how important it is to listen to skeptical voices and separate reporting from advocacy. But as I said, it's a lesson that doesn't seem to have been learned.

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Of course Krugman left out that Israel supplied we... by Toby Seiler on Monday, Mar 18, 2013 at 1:39:33 PM