More on the horrors of Iraq. Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby doesn't seem to think it matters whether we find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. I disagree -- after all, that was our most prominently stated purpose for going to war.
However, there's no question that we put a halt to one of the most gut-wrenching humanitarian crises in the world: the torture and murder performed routinely by the regime of Saddam Hussein and his sons, especially Uday.
Even if George W. Bush's adventure comes to a bad end; even if his intentions were less than pure going in; he has to get at least some credit for putting an end to such evil.