Sunday, November 25, 2007

A recently obtained National War College essay shows that the former POW is not as thoughtful as advertised about the lessons of Vietnam.

But on the question of whether the war should have been fought, the only hint comes in McCain's scorn for the way it was waged. "Unconditional surrender," McCain laments, "has not been our stated objective since 1945." President Johnson, he complains, did not fight "to win."
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