Cox and Forkum illustrate brilliantly the distinct difference between our military and political handling of the Iraqi war. In spite of having their hands tied behind their backs, constantly shifting priorities and objectives, a splintered, insane strategy, and a lack of proper equipment in many cases, our military is doing an exemplary job of both fighting and training the Iraqi army.
Politics, on the other hand, remains the weak point. And as Cox and Forkum as, whose leaders are the biggest problem, ours or the Iraqi's? (Hint: both).