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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Today seems like a good day. . .

. . .to start blogging anew. Millions of Iraqis turned out to let their voices be heard in the course of human events. Millions of handwringing leftists were proven wrong. And millions of the Bush administration's members and supporters let loose one of the most satisfying sighs they'll ever utter.

Twenty-eight people gave their lives on the day of this pronouncement of self-determination -- and eight soulless automatons were banished from the earth in the process of taking those lives. Those who died in the name of democracy have been vindicated, and their killers have died in vain. It seems to me, no matter how you look at it, today's Iraq -- and the world by extension -- is a more just place than it was before President Bush and our Coalition Allies decided to stand for freedom.

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