History Will Prove Bush, Blair Critics Wrong

The Chicago Sun-Times weighs in:

If leadership meant just doing whatever is easy or most popular, nobody would lead. Policy would consist of those non-actions that upset the fewest, and the nation would drift until events overtook it. Luckily, that is not the case, and in the face of global Islamist terrorism, George Bush and his British partner Tony Blair have taken, not the easy or popular route, but a dynamic path whose end is not yet in sight.

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