Tuesday, February 01, 2005

More on Q & A

It was almost too much fun to hear Fintan O'Toole declare Sunday a "bittersweet moment" . He's cared about that "long suffering country for a long time". Sunday was bittersweet because as much as he cared about Iraq, he never wanted to do anything about it. If Iraqis are no longer "long suffering" will he still be able to "care"?

I think Michéal Martin was indirectly claiming that Sunday also vindicated the policies of the Irish government when he said, "ending of Saddam Hussein's regime is a good thing".