The Washington Times - August 28, 2007, 01:03PM
IraqJeff Emanuel SEE RELATED:

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I have personally seen evidence that the ‘Surge’ is working militarily. I have also seen, though, how broken and splintered this country really is, and what a difficult — and perhaps impossible — task it is to rebuild it in a way that accomplishes the US’s goal of having a stable ally in the war on terror. Certainly the government, and the people, must buy into that goal and dedicate themselves to its accomplishment — something that has not happened to this point, and something which may in fact never happen.\ \ \ In my opinion, though, it is far too soon to close the books on the idea of Iraq …\ \ \ There is a great deal of information which is not getting out to the public in America — primarily because so few are actually on the front lines telling it — and, in my opinion, it is of vital importance that people have access to it so as to make a more informed decision, one way or the other, on the US’s involvement here.
Air Force veteran and University of Georgia student[email protected]— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington Times