The Washington Times’ Seth McLaughlin details Sen. John McCain’s rush to embroil the United States in yet another war in the middle east.
Mr. McCain has spent months arguing that the U.S. should play a greater role in the conflict, which he said by some estimates has led to the death of upward of 100,000 people.
Making the rounds Monday on the television talk-show circuit, Mr. McCain said that he understands American are war-weary, but that if the conflict spirals out of control, it would have serious consequence for the U.S. and the region.
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