Monday, February 02, 2009

 

Everyone's a critic

A recent quote:

“…via…arrangements that shut down traffic and interfere with ordinary life in other ways.”

A legitimate critique of what America would like if Al Gore ran things? Nope – here’s the full quote:

The LAT reports that the elections can only be held in Iraq via security arrangements that shut down traffic and interfere with ordinary life in other ways.” University of Michigan Professor, Juan Cole at his web site Informed Comment: Iraqi Voters select provincial Councils in Saturday's Vote (I know, that’s a cheap shot at Michigan)

Great observation by a reader over at NRO:

“Perhaps we should see if Juan thinks that Obama's inauguration ceremony was a sham since "[inaugurations] can only be held in [the United States] via security arrangements that shut down traffic and interfere with ordinary life in other ways."

Of course, anyone interested in staying informed about current events probably already knows to avoid Professor Cole

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