Two nights ago PBS ran another of its documentaries, “Frontline: Bush’s War,” Parts 1 and 2. I knew full well what I was getting into, but I decided to watch it anyway. It was history. It would be a nice summation of the Iraq war and correct any erroneous ideas I had.
Well, I stuck it out for maybe 45 minutes. My recollections were correct. The trouble was that the truth about how the Bush administration dragged us into the war, as depicted by PBS, was even more nauseating than I recalled. I had to turn it off; too much anger is a bad thing.
If you’re too lazy to read, and you want to get the entire Iraq war story in one sitting, watch the program. Just don’t ask me for a review. My blood pressure is already too high.
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