Say what you will about the Sheehan protest, but it does seem to be working, in that a lot of people have suddenly pulled back to reconsider the war in its entirety.
If you haven't read it yet, be sure to check out Frank Rich's brilliant op-ed from this weekend. The Editors of the Poor Man have a great contribution as well. And, a little more obscurely, is this post from the Liferaft of Love, with nice bits like this:
In fact, the entire run-up to the war was nothing but eight or nine months of degrading political theater. Speech after speech after speech, interview after interview after interview hyped the threat, warned of mushroom clouds over American cities, and turned Saddam into the next Tojo looking for a chance to unleash his swarm of balsa-wood gliders armed with canisters of nerve gas to poison Emporia, Kansas.
Alright, that's enough assigned reading. Get cracking. Class dismissed.
(The disturbing bronze bust of Bush -- available for just under $2,000! -- is courtesy of Dependable Renegade.)