That's about all any MSNBC show is when you boil them down. Kornacki's show has become one of the most overtly biased. It's not really worth writing about, but this morning, Dave Weigel, Kornacki and a few other progressive types, who sometimes call themselves liberals but all very illiberal for the most part, talked about public war wearniness and how it relates to Iraq.
This needs to be confronted because statist hawks in the Democratic Party are using this narrative of public war wearniness to highlight Iraq and Bush rather than highlight the fact that Americans are weary of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen, Egypt and now Syria. Bush had a part to play, but mostly the public's resistance to intervention in Syria relates to the failed build up in Afghanistan, the failures in Pakistan, the failures in Libya and Egypt and the obsession with droning people all over the the Mideast.
The American people are not resisting intervention into Syria because of Iraq. There've been too many fresh interventions engineered by Obama for Iraq to still be bothering Americans. Iraq has become just one among many failures in the Mideast, and Americans don't want another quagmire that wastes lives and money just so the Obama administration can play at liberal interventionism and give Samantha Powers' doctrine credibility as the State gains more power at home through spying agencies such as the CIA and NSA.