Victor Davis Hanson rips into the anti-war crowd, who, despite tremendous progress in the War on Terror and the reconstruction of Iraq, continue to act like petulant children, whining from the backseat "Is it Vietnam yet? Is it Vietnam yet?" Here's the heaviest blow: "Our Real Dilemma. We do have a grave problem in this country, but it is not the plan for Iraq, the neoconservatives, or targeting Saddam. Face it: This present generation of leaders at home would never have made it to Normandy Beach. They would instead have called off the advance to hold hearings on Pearl Harbor, cast around blame for the Japanese internment, sued over the light armor and guns of Sherman tanks, apologized for bombing German civilians, and recalled General Eisenhower to Washington to explain the rough treatment of Axis prisoners. We are becoming a crazed culture of cheap criticism and pious moralizing, and in our self-absorption may well lose what we inherited from a better generation. Our groaning and hissing elite indulges itself, while better but forgotten folks risk their lives on our behalf in pretty horrible places." Check it out, it's worth reading.