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    Sunday, March 23, 2003  

    Sunday... Comics in bed. And then Sophia and I went out to the desert to look at wild flowers. A necessary distraction.

    And then we went off road to Font's Point. This place overlooks the badlands of borrego. And holds a special place in my heart.

    A good day for us. A sad day for the forces fighting Iraq -- including TV images of US POWs and dead. The Iraq side may not be fighting by our rules but it probably is fighting by the only ruleset that might allow it to be competitive -- and winning may only require dragging out the battle long enough. Covering land doesn't mean you "own it." And our supplies lines may be at risk. But I think the conclusion to the war will be the same as when it started : a coalition victory. But the path will be much more dangerous than the US miltiary anticipated. Easy to say now. And the path will be much more difficult than the Iraq government ever expected.

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