Almost without exception, the focus is on "what should we do about Iraq?" But in this frenzy of opinionating, the aftermath is being largely overlooked. This needs to change.
There may be a bloodbath no matter what the US does, or when it does it. Iraq may be broken beyond our ability to fix.
Unless Jack Murtha convinces America to leave Iraq immediately (not likely at this point), American troops are going to be in Iraq for months (possibly years) to come. But what will they be doing?
This is going to be another "three dot journalism" column (in homage, as always, to the late great Herb Caen), full of all the recent odds and ends th...