How are you going to back up the 100 year statement now:
How much longer do we have to continue before someone is strong enough to say enough is enough?
In all, at least 4,059 members of thehave died since the Iraq war started in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
That doesn’t include the wounded, the seriously wounded, and the emotional impact on the soldiers and their families. How many years do we continue down this path? Please tell us again how the “surge” is working? McCain basically said he judges success on the basis of how many of our soldiers are dying or getting hurt…well this has been the bloodiest month since September so doesn’t that mean the “surge” has failed?
I don’t think Republicans are going to stick this war out with McCain. They aren’t blind and they realize that it’s negative impacts far outweigh any positives. The Democrats know this but are too weak to do anything about it. Obama should seize on this but he’s too scared to do anything bold right now.