Thursday, September 27, 2007

"the cheap-shot tendencies of a hopelessly partisan press"

Fantastic point from Glenn Reynolds on the David Shuster ambush story.
it's a trap that, in its nature, underscores how historically low casualties are in this war. You wouldn't have heard that question in World War II, not only because the press would have been ashamed to ask it, but because casualties then were such that nobody could possibly keep track. That it can be asked in this war demonstrates not only the cheap-shot tendencies of a hopelessly partisan press, but also the small scale of the actual warfare.

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