Terry Glavin asks a pretty rhetoric question, I know, but it is his answer that you all should read.
And also this, from Anne Applebaum:
Two decades ago as well as today, the source of the problem is the same: The president of the United States wishes to represent things — justice, fairness, international norms — that he cannot, or will not, or doesn’t know how to defend in practice. In the future, it would be far more just, and far less cruel, for the president, and the rest of us, simply to say nothing at all.Yep.
This and more inanity from LA.