At one time, we could only threaten a nation with another nation. But now we know that just a few people could threaten a nation with just a few chemicals.I thought it was thoughtful and genuine, but his speaking style was received with mixed emotions by the audience. Take his fourth point:
The defense of freedom requires an integrity in vocabulary, and transparency in policy.That got a blank stare from the audience. But the he followed it up with:
...I think when defending freedom, if you refuse to call a war a war, you're unlikely to defend it successfully.That was met with enthusiastic applause.
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