Whatever the outcome of yesterday's elections, Iraqis and the chances for democracy and peace are the big winners. For the third time in a year, facing the prospect of death, Iraqis turned out to vote in far higher proportions than we Americans do. Some might even say that Iraq, like most societies still in the process of cleansing the bloodstains of tyranny, savors the promise of freedom and democracy far more than we do.
Friday, December 16, 2005
It's too early to define it
Evan Coyne Maloney writes Purple Fingers Point the Way to Peace: