Maybe the Army should allow once AWOL presidents to serve
One of these days, I'm going to write a post including all of the interesting searches that led people to PGR.
Here's a troubling recent search: How do they determine who gets called up with inactive ready reserve.
And coincidentally, this Reuters story on the Yahoo home page: U.S. general sees no Iraq troop cut before mid-2007.
Army Gen. John Abizaid, who as head of U.S. Central Command oversees the war, said the United States might even increase the size of its force from the current 147,000, the highest since January. He also did not rule out holding in place U.S. units scheduled to leave Iraq in coming months.
His comments, the most pessimistic to date on a U.S. drawdown, come amid unabated sectarian violence in Baghdad between Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims that has elevated concerns over civil war 3-1/2 years after a U.S.-led invasion.
Since the military services are so short on recruits that they're now sending soldiers back into Iraq for their third tours of duty, and they're allowing people over 40 to sign up, maybe it's time to allow Bush to make up that time he lost while he was supposed to be guarding the Texas border from the Mexicans and the Vietcong.
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