Over at The Will to Exist, Sgt. Trevor Snyder pleads with Americans to listen to President Bush and not pressure government to set a timetable on the withdrawal of coalition forces from Iraq.
“It’s sad that so many Iraqis and others are dying over here. However, when you discover you have cancer the treatment is always the same – attack it at the source. You don’t wait for it to spread. And when is the last time you heard a doctor putting a limited timetable on cancer therapy? I can picture it in my mind. “Mr. Smith, we have seen some progress with your tumor. It’s shrinking. But we need to move on now. The timetable for treating you has passed. Good luck.”
That’s a great analogy.
Go read the whole thing.