Thursday, October 26, 2006

We must win...

Give War A ChanceCox & Forkum remember Victor Davis Hanson
[P]eace follows only from the defeat and humiliation of the culpable, not from magnanimity granted to impotent but still proud enemies. ...
We have the force and imagination to succeed on the battlefield and the American people will accept sacrifices for victory. But they will -- and should -- turn on any leader who doesn't fight to win and thereby ensures that we will all pay a far higher price for defeat than we would have for victory.
Fast-forward to the current differences bewtween Democrats and Republicans on the conflict in Iraq.

I agree with Glenn... keep an eye on Europe. Political correctness is killing them and us:

O'Reilly discusses with Dan Senor and Col. David Hunt:

John Hawkins:
... Long story short, we've spent so much of our blood and treasure in Iraq since 2003 not just because it's a noble undertaking, but because the success of democracy in that country is vitally important to the United States, the Iraqi people, and the whole Middle East. However, in the end, we can give them advice, we can wish them success, and we can even give them a helping hand here or there, but, whether democracy succeeds in Iraq over the long haul is going to be up to the Iraqi people, not the United States.

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