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View Diary: Stephen Walt in FP--"Addicted to War" (29 comments)

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  •  That's not an exception; that's a unicorn (0+ / 0-)

    which unfortunately but predictably has failed to fart the glitter you are looking for.  We didn't need Iraq to know that the US can't necessarily be trusted to make wise decisions on its own, did we? So why did you bring it up again? As the sole example upon which to criticize in general our foreign policy?

    I haven't "tacitly conceded" our military is too expensive: I specifically stated our military is too expensive. But this isn't a discussion about the size, cost, or composition of our military; this is a discussion of whether we are "addicted to war". What you (laughably) call running the world, some people call defending our national interests. And vice-versa. We don't need a military to defend against invasion; we have the 2nd Amendment for that.

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