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What are the benefits of laying out a clear strategy for dealing with our enemies?
Your policies failed. Who are you kidding? We can't police the whole world and we can't go around setting lines in the sand because we will find ourselves in situations (like Lebanon) that we really have no business dealing with. Also, who is determining our enemies and why do we have so many of them?
A clear strategy is critical if we are to stay focused on the right goals. Without a clear strategy, we will experience "scope creep" which will devastate our military resources. I do think the question: "who are the enemies, and why" needs careful consideration.
We've allowed one of our enemies to errode our democracy and impact our election process. It appears that no one in a position of power seem to care. There are a lot of citizens who are fearing for their lives at this point.
The enemy terrain changes so often that a strategy set now may have little benfit 6 months from now. If the strategy is updated continually then it will be valuable. But I don't think this administration will have any clear strategies about anything. Most of the Cabinet choices have no experience at all in their areas. They don't have any definitions for their areas.
If our strategies are made clear and obvious, the enemy will be aware and possibly deterred from any action. Also, the enemy may reveal themselves in an attempt to match us or to accommodate us in future policy and growth.
A clear strategy does not rule out surprise tactics. Russia has a clear strategy, and they just surprised us with a method to achieve their goal.
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