The Iraq dialogues: Michael O'Hanlon

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

As part of an ongoing conversation on the U.S. role in Iraq, Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, tells The Takeaway what America needs to do to say, with confidence, “Mission Accomplished.”
Guest: Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution

Contributors:

Chelsea Merz

Comments [1]

washerdreyer

I'm sure you'll have other people on to give other views about the long term picture in Iraq, but I don't understand the decision to invite O'Hanlon on to the show to speak about it at all. He's been consistently intellectually dishonest on the topic, willing to say whatever he thinks is necessary to justify staying longer.
Today he said that he didn't think 2009 was a good time to leave, but 2010 was. But as it gets closer to the time when withdrawal would have to begin for any serious amount to take place in 2010, you can be sure he'll oppose it, whatever is going on in Iraq at the time.

Aug. 06 2008 10:52 AM

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