Just a short time ago today, I heard the last part of a speech by Sen. McCain, in which he echoed The Great Divider, maintaining that losing the warS in Iraq and Afghanistan is the worst thing that could possibly happen to this country. Their approach, I gather, is that we should always win whether we are right or wrong, which we were, at least in the case of Iraq.
Bush (jeez, I hate to say his name!) has called for a meeting with the Congressional leaders to meet with him to discuss the funding for our military exploits, at the same time stating firmly that there will be no compromise on a date for withdrawal.
Okay, so I recommend that Reid and Pelosi state just as firmly that if we are to pursue the wars there must be an immediate installation of a draft.
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