Those Wack-o Anti-War Commanders on the Ground

From Holden:

I call tipping point.

“I don’t know if I have the moral authority to send troops into combat anymore,” a senior American general recently told United Press International. He knows what his power means — that on his word hundreds or thousands of young men would step into danger.

“I’m no longer sure I can look (a soldier or a Marine) in the eye and say: ‘This is something worth dying for.'”