Monday, January 23, 2006

Sometimes we need to be reminded.

Jeff Harrell gets it. His new post at Wizbang is amazing. Terrorists have been waging war on us far longer than Sept. 11, 2001. Sometimes we need reminding.

A great excerpt:
The war on terrorism is very much a war of bombs and bullets in which soldiers and civilians die. It's also an economic war, a war waged in dollars and cents on dusty ledgers in banks in New York and London and Geneva. But more than any of those things, it's a war of ideas. It's a war that will, when it reaches its eventual conclusion, finally settle the question of what kind of world we're going to live in.

Read the entire thing and make sure to visit Jeff at The Shape of Days.

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