The surge worked. John McCain (and others) were right to have suggested strongly that the size of the force in Iraq (and Afghanistan) was insufficient to accomplish the objective of damaging Al Qaida and killing or capturing as many of its leaders as possible.
If the murder of Benazir Bhutto teaches the weak kneed anything it is this: negotiation is death and defeat. Only a vicious ruthless long term war against Islamofascists will protect us from their nightmare scenario(s) of death torture and slavery. It's long past the time to get serious.
The US and India and Great Britain as well as NATO should begin by securing the Pakistani nuclear weapons immediately. Do whatever it takes.
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