With our craven "re-election above all else" politicians growing ever more determined to ensure our defeat in Iraq regardless of the horrific consequences that would certainly follow, it's worth thinking about what our sudden withdrawal would actually mean. And this guy sums up the whole thing pretty well
in a response to the latest surrender piece in the New York Times.
I'm getting awfully discouraged, gentle reader. The voices of defeat and surrender are louder and more reality-impaired than ever. I almost wish they'd get their way, just so that the inevitable disasters that would follow could unfold and discredit such empty ideas once and for all.
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