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Monday, August 22, 2005

The left's war contract

This post from RealClearPolitics is from last Friday, but I didn't discover it until just now.

The Grieving Parent Clause: Mothers and fathers of soldiers killed in action are given "absolute" moral authority. Therefore wars may be fought only until the mother or father of a soldier killed in action objects to either the policy or the leadership of the administration.

If only the Democrats would be honest. They can never find any justification for going to war. Or, at least, for winning a war. They seem to be able to grudgingly commit to getting started when the need arises. But they lose heart along the way and seem to feel that losing is better than sticking to it through victory.


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