She does answer the question posed. A large part of the problem is Ron Paul not wrapping his head around the fact like it or not we are there. He has
never felt we should have been there to begin with. While others would argue we had to go there and were morally right to do so but that it should
have been over long ago. No one at this point wants our forces there any longer than they need to be at this stage. That being said as we are working
to the goal of leaving, incidents such as this make it harder to do so and even harder still without making an attempt to bring an end to the public
outcry. This is just common sense. The fact is when our forces leave Afghanistan is likely to fall apart. But that doesn't mean we should just leave
on a whim without even trying to give them their best possible shot at stability. We set a date now it is time to follow through and finish the job
without anymore of these blunders.
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