So, In Other Words, the "Surge" Is Permanent? 

"Mad as Hell" columnist Cheri DelBrocco makes the case that the latest Iraq War plan of General Petraeus/President Bush seems to call for continued sacrifice into the indefinite future. Unless the congressional Democrats somehow manage to stir themselves. (Yeah, right!)

Check out her reasoning in "Political Beat".

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