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obamacare – get out

October 20, 2013
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http://spectator.org/archives/2013/10/17/obamacare-the-new-vietnam-war

 

The votes weren’t there to stop the Vietnam War in 1964. And as was abundantly apparent, supporters of the war had no “end game.” They were terrified of the Chinese — meaning a repeat of the Korean War. If there was an all-out war aimed at total victory, went the thinking, disaster loomed. Instead of an aggressive strategy to win, the “end game” in war — there was effectively no strategy beyond pouring in American troops and trying to drive the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong back into North Vietnam and keep them there. Somehow. And pulling out? Disaster was seen on that front as well.

Meanwhile, opponents of the war had an end game. A strategy that was as simple as it was bold.

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