| ||If Karzai doesn't have faith in the U.S. endeavor, should American citizens? It is stunning that the Obama administration, in order to prosecute the longest war in U.S. history, has to rely (at least in part) on a figure who consistently signals he is (at best) tentative about this operation. Is this any way to run a war?
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