Sunday, July 22, 2007
Novelist Mohsin Hamid grew up in both Pakistan and the United States. He offers a rational, calm lesson to Americans unaware of how the history of U.S. intervention can change a place forever.
We may executive what to us is a small piece of foreign policy, and forget about it the next week, yet our actions reverberate for generations in the community affected by the policy.
This is something to print out to give to your conservative friends and family members. The tone is just perfect, and it is simple enough for even a Rush Limbaugh fan to understand.
Posted by trifecta at 11:25 AM