By Kimberley Strassel
When Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar broke with President Bush on Iraq last month, he was hailed by antiwar groups as brave. When the Republican this week bucked Democrats and refused to vote for an immediate troop withdrawal, he was hailed by conservatives as wise. Mr. Lugar might well be both brave and wise, but before he's any of those things he's a politician.
Belief can affect how you perceive the world and others but will not change one atom of the universe.
"Dissent is the highest form of patriotism." -- Thomas Jefferson
I still say a lightning rod on a church steeple shows a lack of confidence