When you are being shot at or dodging landmines you are in a combat zone. Diplomatic niceties aside, these brave warriors are in danger because of the policies of their Government and we must take care of them. Quite frankly, we must act to insure that we do not have a repeat of what happened in Somalia. In Somalia, the families of the soldiers who lost their lives could not receive the benefits that should have gone to them under the Tax Code because the President never declared it a combat zone.
We don’t know exactly where we’re at in the world militarily and what we’re doing . . . . If you don’t think it’s a generational struggle, you don’t understand the war . . . . It is spreading throughout the world . . . . [W]e’re going to follow the terrorists wherever they go. We’re going to use whatever means we need to with partners to destroy them. And whatever time it takes, it takes. And most people are not ready for that, but I am.
Dick. L. Rev.
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