Thursday, September 14, 2006

Generals at the breakfast table

Last week I asked more than a dozen top Army and Marine Corps generals -- active-duty and retired, dissidents and administration loyalists -- to address what we should do now in Iraq.

All of them agreed that America's strategy and tactics in Iraq have failed and that Bush's policy of "staying the course" in Iraq isn't likely to produce anything but more frustration, more and greater problems for the United States in a dangerous world, and more and bloodier surprises for the 135,000 U.S. troops in Iraq.
This is a surprise?

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