I don't even know where to begin to dissect a piece that just came online at the National Review website about Iraq, entitled "Dubya's El Salvador: Success in Central America, not Vietnam failure, is the model for Iraq."
Now the concern is China, not the Soviet Union, which is aiding Iran and Syria. Well, it's not worth going into any detail, but in case you were wondering, "the only difference between El Salvador of the 1980s and the Iraq of today is the American military presence, but this makes taking action more imperative, not less."
Take a look, if only out of curiosity.
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