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 Post subject: New PNAC Letter Jan. 28th
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:34 pm 
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Here is the "blank check" for a draft.

Letter to Congress on Increasing U.S. Ground Forces
January 28, 2005

While estimates vary about just how large an increase is required, and Congress will make
its own determination as to size and structure, it is our judgment that we should aim for
an increase in the active duty Army and Marine Corps, together, of at least 25,000 troops
each year over the next several years.

http://www.newamericancentury.org/defense-20050128.htm

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:44 pm 
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on the news page earlier today. I keep saying that PNAC is the president. Bush is the poster boy.

I hope the people who support Bush get what they deserve...the draft!

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What is that business about Bush supposedly going to be 'eliminated' in '05? Wouldn't surprise me in the least. He has served his main purpose, now all it would take is someone killing him off to cement us into the Nazi mindset we have 'enjoyed' since 9/11.

Yes, PNAC is running smoothly.


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"This letter," one senior officer told me, "can be summed up as saying, 'Throw more money and bodies at the problem,' period. It addresses nothing that's really causing problems and has to be addressed to be fixed. And I love the line about 'insist[ing] that we act responsibly to create the military we need to fight the war on terror and fulfill our other responsibilities around the world.' These are the last people I'd look to to do that. I seem to recall these were the folks talking about the future of war being high-tech planes and weapons. Nice that they finally remembered the importance of the soldier, but too late."

Beyond the letter's lack of attention to detail, others in military policy circles note that it stands as something of a monument to the notion that Democrats as well as Republicans should effectively reward the Bush Administration for poor planning on Iraq and poor stewardship of the military.


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