To be (there) or not to be (there)

Echoing a January debate here on AlterNet (sparked by Senior Editor Lakshmi Chaudhry's "Rethinking Iraq"), Will Rivers Pitt of Truthout and Eric Garris of Antiwar.com are currently debating whether the US should just pick up and leave Iraq or stay and stabilize. For an antiwar movement typically reluctant to discuss the Rubik's Cube of global politics and the unsavory options the neocon disaster has left us with, this can only be a good sign. (FYI)

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