GADFLY: Support the Troops? 

The debate over the Iraq war has devolved into a struggle over whether the political combatants in that fight "support the troops." The Republic party (the equivalent of what the president cynically---or maybe just ignorantly---likes to call the "Democrat" party), which continues…

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