January 14, 2007

What Does Caroline Glick Know That the Punditocracy Doesn't?

At the same time, by finally acknowledging the Iranian and Syrian role in the war in Iraq and implicitly widening the battlefield to encompass them, Bush's address presented the first cause for hope in recent memory that the US may actually stop its current policy of acting like Israel and fighting a regional war by playing defense on one front. For the first time since 2004, Bush gave reason to believe that Iran should be worried today.

--Caroline Glick
Is this just wishful thinking, reflecting Glick's usual hysterical hawkishness? Or is she on to something?

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