Anti-war Democrats. Again.

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Sweetness & Light is on a roll. In addition to its usual fare, highlighting of MSM articles and photos you might not have seen, it is lately publishing fascinating material, including old editorial cartoons, on the parallels between the Copperheads of the Civil War era and today's anti—war Democrats. The Copperheads, as you may remember, thought the Civil War far too bloody, and wanted to compromise with the South, to end the awful blood—letting, which was incomparably greater than the toll in Iraq.

Do not miss this item on compromise with the South, and this one, too.

Sweetness & Light is on a roll. In addition to its usual fare, highlighting of MSM articles and photos you might not have seen, it is lately publishing fascinating material, including old editorial cartoons, on the parallels between the Copperheads of the Civil War era and today's anti—war Democrats. The Copperheads, as you may remember, thought the Civil War far too bloody, and wanted to compromise with the South, to end the awful blood—letting, which was incomparably greater than the toll in Iraq.

Do not miss this item on compromise with the South, and this one, too.