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December 02, 2009

I Don't Mean to Give the "Wrong Impression"
Posted by David Shorr

Senator McCain's sound byte about how setting a deadline will give a wrong impression of America's commitment to our enemies took me back to the debate over a deadline for the Iraq presence. This post from 2007 pretty much says what I want to stay. The key point is that regardless of whether we set a timeline or not, insurgents can always wait us out. After all, they live there.


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