. . . or at least that's Conor Friedersdorf's take (at The Atlantic) on Marco Rubio's recent foreign-policy speech at the Brookings Institution, where the shiny bright young GOP senator evidently touted the upside of US intervention without making any mention of Iraq, whatsoever.
Of course, in today's America of short memories and constant distraction by texting barrages and changing Facebook statuses, Rubio can easily blow off Iraq and count on lots of people having consigned its memory to that old dustbin of history.