Why Are Democrats Tone Deaf on Military Issues?

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    The guy who wrote Concrete Hell; we have only been in class for a month, I forget his name.
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    Dr. Dimarco
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    I had Dr. House during common core. Then Drs. Kalic, Stephenson, and Fischer for the AoW Scholars Program. All capital professors. I went through 2012-2013. PM me if I can ever lend a hand.
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    Possible answer - the left wants to grow the entitlement state and they can't do that without transferring spending from defense to their favorite domestic programs and raising taxes, which is a hard sale.
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    WWI - Wilson
    WWII - FDR
    Korean - Truman
    Vietnam - Johnson

    Many of our largest conflicts these past 100 years were led by Democrats.
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    And 3 out of 4 of those were "optional" wars. No one had attacked us.

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