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Another Warmonger Gets Rewarded for Being Wrong on Iraq War

Max Boot joins WaPo opinion staff, where opinion was 91 percent in favor of Iraq invasion. How many war-boosters does the Washington Postneed? Tuesday, the capital’s most influential paper announced that Max Boot, yet another white, pro-war, pro-Israel, blow-everything-up pundit, would be joining their opinion section. It goes to show, again, that the most certain way to move up in the media pundit universe is to consistently echo US national security orthodoxy—without pause or regret.
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Max Boot's hiring by the Washington Post goes to show, again, that the most certain way to move up in the media pundit universe is to consistently echo US national security orthodoxy—without pause or regret.

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