Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Jim Webb points out that 8 years after the Gulf of Tonkin resolution 74% of the American people still supported the war in Vietnam. And it's much lower now.

Points out the polls suggest not all the troops support continuing the war. Calls it “inverted logic” to say we’re continuing the war for the troops. Says they are fighting on our behalf.

Disagrees that the resolution in any way undercuts the troops.

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