When not trying to figure out how the government can control everything, tell CEO’s they have to quit, or just spend money like they’re printing it at 1600 Penn, the Senate is coming up with brilliant revelations like this.
The U.S. cannot depend on Pakistan or NATO to make the new Afghanistan strategy work, a key senator said Tuesday.
Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said success in Afghanistan appears linked entirely to whether the U.S. can train Afghan security forces to secure their borders and provide internal stability.
Thank you. Thank you very much for noticing what the Armed Forces have been doing in Iraq and how it *might* apply in Afghanistan.
Now get back to figuring out how to buy Ford and let the grown ups talk about war.