In the above clip, Andrew Sullivan explains why he feels he has “blood on my hands” due to the Iraq War. “That’s a high-drama, melodramatic, queeny kind of thing to say,” he explains. “But … (long pause) … it’s true.” Sullivan was very hawkish at the beginning but later recanted the stance.
» A constant fear: ”Because of the daily explosions, we must write our wills before go out of home,” said Safeen Qadir, a college student in Kirkuk, one of the cities targeted by attacks. “The death exists in every inch of the city of Kirkuk, and no one is spared from the crime of terrorism.” No group has taken credit for the attacks yet, but the style is similar to prior al-Qaeda attacks.