It's good to know that someone agrees with me. Invading Iraq, while tempting, would mean a revolution in the international system that I don't think most of Washington either knows or cares about. The notion of invading a country that has little to do with Al Qaeda is, in my opinion, also the root of the widening of the war that we're beginning to see in the rhetoric of both the administration and the punditry.
Just remember: sooner or later, the war will end. When it does, what will the world look like, and how will it treat the United States?