Friday, July 9, 2010

An Interesting Question

Andrew J. Bacevich (professor of history and international relations at Boston University) posed an interesting question in an article in The New Republic here.


The question demands to be asked: Who is more deserving of contempt? The commander-in-chief who sends young Americans to die for a cause, however misguided, in which he sincerely believes? Or the commander-in-chief who sends young Americans to die for a cause in which he manifestly does not believe and yet refuses to forsake?

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