Thursday, June 23, 2005

General hits complacency on war on terror

"Quite honestly, I think we have a pretty clear-cut choice. We either deal with terrorism and this extremism abroad, or we deal with it when it comes to us, as it would inevitably, as it has previously." Lt. Gen. John R. Vines, who commands the Multinational Corps Iraq, a professional, knowledgeable leader criticized the likes of Pelosi and Hagel saying "they don't have a good perception of what is at stake here." It is a war and the professionals know it, know how to fight it, and know defeatism when they hear it. The United States needs to keep focused on the fight and those who try to harm the effort should be strongly denounced and sent packing at the next election cycle.

The Center for Security Policy had this from The Washington Times, America's Newspaper.


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