The Belmont Club: Strategy and Tactics

Monday, November 27, 2006
The Belmont Club: Strategy and Tactics: "Sometimes I think one of the main swindles of the media coverage of the War on Terror was to ascribe to tactics the faults of strategy. There were endless discussions about oil spots, more troops, less troops, sophisticated political ploys etc. But did the many of the critics really want to win? If not in Iraq, then what about in Kosovo and Afghanistan, places where they were presumably committed to victory?"

1 comments:

David Thomson said...

"But did the many of the critics really want to win?"

No, they do not want us to win. In their heart of hearts, they believe that America is a deeply flawed nation that deserves to be humbled for its past alleged racism, sexism, imperialism, etc.