The time has come to halt this madness. There is no such thing as a humanitarian war. In order to win this so-called war, the U.S. must act now and drop the big one on Baghdad.
The policy now in force that was set to save lives is costing the lives of our troops. Before this war started, it was described by the media as "a walk in the park." The policy of trying to save innocent civilian lives is not going to work.
In my opinion, based upon our prior no-win war in Vietnam, the U.S. should demand total unconditional surrender within 48 hours; if that does not happen, draw back our troops and drop a limited nuclear bomb on Baghdad.
If not, this war could go on at the cost of hundreds of coalition lives. Let us not forget that war is hell. Are we still a world power or are we going to let Saddam call the shots?
Have we already forgotten 9/11? Nuking Baghdad should be considered collateral damage. Must the lessons of the past be relearned?