Bush War Adviser: Let's Consider a Draft
"There's both a personal dimension of this, where this kind of stress plays out across dinner tables and in living room conversations within these families," he said. "And ultimately, the health of the all-volunteer force is going to rest on those sorts of personal family decisions."
Who ever said there was anything wrong with being obvious? Generally speaking, long drawn-out wars in unfriendly urban climates tend to induce a fair amount of stress amongst all involved parties.
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