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Friday, May 12, 2006

Well said

Babbling Brooks over at The Torch perfectly describes the futility of an "exit strategy":

"It seems to me that asking when we'll leave Afghanistan is like asking a paramedic when she's planning to stop performing CPR on a heart-attack victim just clinging to life. Don't be surprised when she snaps at you with annoyance: when the patient no longer needs my help to live - now bugger off and let me do my job."

Sure, we'd like to know the answer to every question. But sometimes, the answers aren't there immediately. That's not to say there won't be an answer, it's just that right now, there isn't one.


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