Today’s Washington Post editorial beautifully illustrates the shortcomings of the editorial-by-committee. Clearly, the WaPo editorial board agrees that we must have “sticks” in our negotiations with Syria and Iran, but couldn’t agree on what those sticks should actually be. Wouldn’t it be more edifying to learn what exactly some editorial board members think we should do, and why other members disagree?
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