I wonder how this piece from arch neo-cons Robert Kagan and William Kristol in the arch neo-con paper The Weekly Standard, will go down at the Indie:

THE DAY AFTER IRAQIS WENT to the polls, the London Independent commented, “In the long term, it is possible that yesterday’s elections in Iraq may be seen as marking the start of great change across the whole region.” Needless to say, the editors hastened to add that it would be “utterly wrong, now or in the future, for President Bush or the prime minister to claim that Iraq’s elections vindicate their invasion.” But the first statement was by far the more striking, both because it came from an antiwar, anti-Bush newspaper and because it was undeniably true.