As featured in the ever-tasteful Townhall soapbox diaries.
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Andrew Sullivan double-checks The Economist's bizarre terrorism math and agrees:
As The Economist went to press, the toll in the four London bombs was not clear, but the estimate of at least 33 deaths was thankfully far smaller than in Madrid. By the terrible calculus of terrorism, the attacks should thus be counted as a failure - sign of weakness, not strength.[Attaturk at Rising Hegemon tears Sullivan a new one in reponse.]
Check out No More Mr. Nice Blog's dark descent into the madness that is Free Republic:
Over at Free Republic, someone looks at today's events in London and says the wrong thing:My favorite FREEPER response from the thread:
Maybe it's time FINALLY to go and get Osama? Remember Osama? Anybody? Anybody?
No one has forgotten about him but it so just happens that during our search we came across Saddam and found him.