In 2003 85% Of Americans Were Wrong About Iraq

I have no qualms about their having thought things through, judged the results, or any other mental hoops they had to jump through to get to where they are today, In fact kudos to them for having done so.

I’m a bit biased, but I get my placebo effect hearing Chris Matthews today echo what I said in the Washington Post forum in 2002. Nor am I really surprised that Eleventh Dimension is still defending his lost virginity infaliablity.

I do think, however, that if we wish the American public to become more scientific, reality based in their thinking, then we have to learn to accept it when it appears in those who got it wrong.

8 thoughts on “In 2003 85% Of Americans Were Wrong About Iraq

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  5. joe from Lowell says:

    What’s the “eleventh dimension?”

    I am not aware of this internet tradition.

    • EZSmirkzz says:

      The blogger known as Instapundit, or the professor in some circles, who is known to compare matter, anti-matter, and doesn’t matter in the eleventh dimension of the multiverse, if such is proven to exist.

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