Another Open Ended Commitment

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Colonel Henry Worsley, the British commander there, told the Guardian last week that the "exit strategy" was a "a well-trained, well-led Afghan army". Asked yesterday about the colonel's remark, Mr Ingram said there had been "too much talk" of a need for an exit strategy.
Why do I get the impression that Colonel Henry can kiss his OBE goodbye..? Is it impolitic to say that there appears to be no useful Commander's intent being passed down to the good Colonel from on high?

Got to love our Ministers - men of action, every one.
 

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