I try to ignore these things. But yesterday Glenn Reynolds falsely claimed
I said something I simply never did. And since what he claimed I did was call for the mass and indiscriminate killing of civilians at the outset of the Iraq War, it was more than the average lapse. In fact, unless Glenn simply never read what I actually wrote, I think there is no explanation for this other than that Glenn is being willfully dishonest and quite consciously lying. I don't even want to discuss this more since it's so dark and shameful. But here is the March 2003 column
Glenn refers to. And here are two posts at other sites -- one short
in the context of a broader argument -- which explain the nature of Glenn's false claim and dishonest intent.