of course we'll win.
I posted this as a comment at hugh hewitt's site, I've had a few bloody
mary's so maybe my comment doesn't match what his post is about.
hmm. damn tomato juice:
I think that it's obvious that we'll win, we're now at the low point of the story, things look dark in Iraq, Israeli's are reeling back from lebannon with a peace of paper and a large percent of the people in the us think that the government had a part in 9/11. But all of that and we're way ahead of where europe was in 1939.
This lowpoint is just an artificial low setting the stage for the sweep of history, the brave will still step up and fight, the stout-hearted will loyally support what is right and just, and what will seem like miracles of courage will lead us forward to victory. Even in the darkest days of 1940, Winston Churchill never doubted ultimate victory, and I don't either. Even in my black dog days of depression I know that we'll win, because we have more at stake.
Freedom, love, justice will vanish from the planet if we don't win, so win we must.
The debate will continue, which is a good thing,
but whether they are with us or against us, history will justify the fight and we'll win.