Very interesting. Its not clear to me that he’s wrong at all:
Not to jump the gun, so to speak, but our campaign to stabilize the Middle East via forcible regime change is not certain to stop at Baghdad. Instead, we may be on to Damascus, or Tehran, or even Riyadh.
If the United States is fighting a long war against radical Islamism (we are), and if a key to our strategy in that war is to eliminate regimes that we say may support terrorism (it is), and as we have already shown that we’ll fight without United Nations approval, then more fighting seems almost inevitable. More…