Tony thinks the big international story is unexpected success in Iraq; domestically, he says the big news is the fracturing of the Republican Party; Arianna agrees, and says Huckabee’s rise is causing consternation for the GOP’s party leader, but she disagree with him on Iraq, calling it a complete tragedy. Bob says that Iraq’s been a failure, with Iran as the new role model there’s more disaster ahead. And Matt says the years after 9/11 have been a real struggle, and he now believes that climate change has reached critical mass but that the apocalypse is probably not on the horizon.
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