After fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan for the past 11 years, we have accomplished very little.
We have sacrificed our sons' and daughters' lives at great costs to them and their families. Countless numbers of veterans return wounded, paralyzed or burned. Additionally, post-traumatic stress and suicides claim even more lives every day.
We have spent billions of dollars overseas while our country's infrastructure crumbles. While fighting the Taliban, our borders are open to drug and gun smugglers. On a daily basis people are dying at the hands of the mentally ill or drug-addicted individuals who have no problem obtaining guns and drugs.
Unemployment remains high, homes continue to be foreclosed and we are spending ourselves and future generations into financial armageddon.
When is enough, enough?