Oh, I agree absolutely.
Yamamoto aside, the Japanese had the stereotypical image of Americans as party animals too soft for extended war.
Those of us advocating Force Majeure for certain countries would like the multigenerational aspect of this cut short and to the quick, freeing our kids and grandkids from the burden of fighting this enemy, and letting us all return to our oblivious and carefree natural state of being.
To: swarthyguy; Travis McGee; Dajjal
In the interest of civility to others and in honor of our commander in-chief, let me just say that we have not yet begun to fight. India may wonder at our resolve, and so may Michael Moore. But in a generation or less, this will be over one way or the other.
posted on 01/24/2004 4:35:28 PM PST
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