The Redeployment Method

Friday, November 17, 2006

Transcript

With the midterm elections over, all eyes are on congressional Democrats, and their plans for U.S. involvement in Iraq. Party leaders talk a lot about troop “redeployment.” Critics respond that “withdrawal” is not an option. The media use the two terms interchangeably, leaving many confused about what, exactly, is being proposed. Brooke examines the wordplay with the Council on Foreign Relations’ Les Gelb, and the American Enterprise Institute’s Fred Kagan.
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