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Careful consideration or dithering dilemna?

As Democrats defend President Obama’s decision to take his time and carefully consider conflicting strategy proposals from top advisers, Republican senators say the clock is ticking — with allied forces continuing to suffer casualties in part because they lack reinforcements. Republicans who want to support President Obama’s war strategy in Afghanistan expressed concern Sunday that the president could miss a key opportunity to gain the upper hand on the growing insurgency by waiting too long to grant a request for thousands for more U.S. troops. But what is the correct action for our President to take? Do we send in more troops as suggested by senators such as McCain, Kyl and Hatch? Or do we start a hybrid system and begin pulling back on the number of troops in the Afghan region? GO!

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