Talk:Bill Kristol

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  • [the war in Iraq] "could have terrifically good effects troughout the Middle East"
    • September 18, 2002 column
  • [removing Saddam] "would start a chain reaction in the Arab world that would be very healthy"
    • November 21, 2002
  • If we free the people of Iraq, we will be respected in the Arab world... and I think we will be respected around the world.
    • February 20, 2003
  • Very few wars in American history were prepared better or more throughly than this one by this president.
    • March 1, 2003
  • The first two battles of this new era are now over. The battles of Afghanistan and Iraq has been won decisively and honorably.
    • April 28, 2003

Bias[edit]

The bias is so flagrant when you all reference Media Matters. He's not a journalist, he's a pundit. 68.84.8.249 20:24, 21 August 2007 (UTC)

Indeed. The quotes chosen, when sourced at all, were unreliably sourced, and original research. They were all obviously chosen with the intent of making Kristol look bad. One would hope that some quotes can be found from reliable, secondary sources. Jayjg 04:12, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
Making Kristol look bad? Ha! Bill Kristol doesn't need any help to make himself look bad. He does that all by himself. It's people like him who are responsible for the Middle East mess. If he had had any brains he'd have known the Iraq War was a huge mistake, and if he had had any balls he'd have apologized for being one of the Neocons who put America on the road to bankruptcy. If some quotes demonstrate that truth and you or Kristol don't like it? Tough shit. Wikiquote is not in the business of concealing the sins of Neocons.Disbelieber (talk) 14:17, 30 May 2016 (UTC)
Bill kristol is nothing but a mouth piece for the establishment which I hope will become a dying breed in US politics.

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I agree with the OP and @Jayjg:. I'll try to add more quotes to give some balance. – Illegitimate Barrister (talkcontribs) 08:44, 23 March 2018 (UTC)