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Your Sept. 23 editorial, "Obama's victory-less war" (Comment & Analysis), concludes that President Obama's comment that the United States can "absorb" a major terrorist attack - as described in Bob Woodward's new book - was a case of "inartful phrasing," but that his fundamental point was to point out the strength of America. I think the article totally missed the point of the story.
Fire up your index finger. It's time for another Beltway Read.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates says he has no doubt that the nation's war strategy in Afghanistan is sound.
Bob Woodward's new book, "Obama's Wars," is days away from release and already causing a stir. As the title implies, it's not only about the U.S. "overseas contingency operations" President Obama is overseeing but also the personality clashes and policy conflicts the White House has shielded from public view. Since the Obama team invited Mr. Woodward into its midst and thus legitimized his enterprise, whatever fallout comes from the book will be a self-inflicted wound.
Woodward book: Aides doubt Obama Afghan strategy
President Obama's top advisers spent much of the past 20 months arguing about policy and turf, according to a new book, with some top members of his national security team doubting the president's strategy in Afghanistan will work.
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