Now that the cake walk in Iraq has been proven less a stroll in the park than the media first described it, what can be gleamed at this stage in the conflict? No rational person can deny the huge superiority of warlike destructive systems that the invaders possess and that the vast probability that ultimate submission is inevitable, in a military sense. It’s just the price will be higher than what we were all lead to believe. Prospects of a continuous guerrilla resistance and unconventional combat may well provide the response that more of that lethal power will be less sensitive to collateral damage, as the serious bombing is ratcheted up into high gear.
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