I have served in the Congress during two wars and I have seen the impacts on our military, on their families and on our national deficit.
– Tom Udall
Carter’s hopes died when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan and he ended up having to reverse policy and launch the military buildup that Reagan continued. Mr. Obama would be forced back into a war on terror if terrorist groups pull off enough damaging or frightening attacks to force this issue to the fore.
– Walter Russell Mead
I feel that the Second Amendment is the right to keep and bear arms for our citizenry. This not for someone who’s in the military. This is not for law enforcement. This is for us. And, in fact, when you read that Constitution and the Founding Fathers, they intended this to stop tyranny.
– Sharron Angle
Pinkville was called Pinkville because in the military maps, it was shaded a bright kind of shimmering pink, which signified what was called on the maps a ‘built up’ area, which was extremely misleading – ‘built up’ only meant there were little villages and it wasn’t just desolate paddy land or unpopulated.
– Tim O’Brien
After the death of the sadistic dictator Gen. Sanni Abacha in 1998, Nigeria underwent a one-year transitional military administration headed by Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar, who uncharacteristically bowed out precisely on the promised date for military disengagement. Did the military truly disengage, however? No.
– Wole Soyinka