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Frankly, I’d rather be surrounded by the Taliban and running out of ammmo than to retell the hell on earth I’ve been through. It’s a grievous thing, you know, to sit back and think of all the fine young men -- and these days, the fine young women, too -- who have put their lives on the line in the service of our country in a series of wars that, for the most part, have been unnecessary or of questionable wisdom. I reached the point where I couldn’t remain silent. I mean, somebody in power has to speak out. Well, I did it, and I don’t regret it for a minute. Sorry to go on like this. But I get riled up. The only thing wrong with America is that lately we seem to have an unusually hard time finding leaders who are worthy of its principles and its promise.
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