Friday, December 03, 2010

Is it right to ask for US warriors to fight and die to prop up the administration of Hamid Karzai?

Juan Cole is the quintessential man who can pose the one overriding question.

If I had access to only four blogs each day they would be:
o Juan Cole on the world.
o Digby on U.S. politics.
o Illusory Tenant on the state of the State of Wisconsin politics and law.
o Jim Rowen's Political Environment on the state of Wisconsin's politics and the environment.

3 comments:

illusory tenant said...

Exceedingly generous of you, Mr. Bouman, and especially appreciated from the author of the Quesosphere's funniest blog post ever (the halo).

Jim Bouman said...

Thomas:
Hadn't thought about that in years; and now I've got that damned Halo, everybody, Halo...jingle popping up in my head. I've tried to read his stuff a few times. Never can get past second paragraph. At least he's no longer touting his stellar undergraduate GPA.

James Rowen said...

Hey, Jim; Thanks for the listing. Your neck of the woods provides so much material.

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Of the biblical allotment of three score and ten I have lived only three of them more than a bicycle ride from one of the Great Lakes. I grew up ten blocks from Lake Erie in the (once Irish/Italian ghetto, now newly-hip) "Near West Side" of Cleveland. I can still cycle to the Milwaukee lakefront in an hour and a half; but, a round-trip has always been more than I would (noror ever did) attempt. -0- I'm a "...somewhat combative pacifist and fairly cooperative anarchist," after the example of Grace Paley (1922-2007). -0- I'm always cheerful when I pay my taxes (having refused--when necessary--to pay that portion of them dedicated to war). -0- And I always, always vote.