Feingold Set to Oppose Further Troop Boost for Afghanistan

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Wednesday, August 05, 2009 at 2:12 pm
Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) (WDCpix)

Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) (WDCpix)

If Gen. Stanley McChrystal proposes, as expected, an increase in U.S. troops for the Afghanistan war, Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) is “likely to oppose it,” the senator told TWI.

Feingold’s opposition to what would be the second U.S. troop increase in Afghanistan this year is the most forceful Senate dissent so far to a war that President Obama has embraced. It represents a preemptive warning to both Obama and to McChrystal, the new commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, who is scheduled to give the Pentagon an assessment of what additional resources he requires for the war next week. And it highlights what some progressives also opposed to escalation see as an opportunity this summer to change public debate about the eight-year war.

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

“I don’t think the case has been effectively made for continuing to send more and more troops into Afghanistan,” Feingold said in a Wednesday interview. “I am very unhappy with the answers I’ve received about the issue of whether constantly increasing troops is helping the situation in Pakistan or making it worse. I suspect it could be making things worse.” Feingold fears that increasing troops in Afghanistan might lead insurgents to cross the border into Pakistan, which is engaged in its own fight against a distinct but affiliated insurgency, and he told The Nation magazine’s Jeremy Scahill recently that the administration has yet to address that concern.

Next week, McChrystal will present to Defense Secretary Robert Gates and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen the results of a review compiled for him by a team of about a dozen outside advisers of what changes in tactics, emphasis and resources are necessary to reverse a deteriorating situation. At least one of those advisers, Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, stated last week that “additional brigade combat teams” were necessary to avert ultimate disaster. Bloomberg News reported Wednesday that McChrystal may defer a decision on additional troops for several more weeks.

As part of a campaign promise to refocus on a neglected war in Afghanistan, President Obama ordered troop levels increased in March by 17,000 combat forces, along with 4,000 troops to train and advise Afghan soldiers and police, and the new forces are scheduled to be in place by next month. Senior administration officials have expressed concern over a second troop increase this year. Reportedly, Jim Jones, the national security adviser, told McChrystal and his deputies that any such request would not be welcomed by Obama. In January, Gates told a Senate panel that he would be “very skeptical” of a troop increase much over what Obama ultimately approved.

Obama stated in March that the goal of the troop increase and a new intertwined civil-military strategy for both Pakistan and Afghanistan was to “disrupt, dismantle and defeat” al-Qaeda. Yet at his June confirmation hearing, McChrystal said little about al-Qaeda, and pledged to adopt what he called a “classic counterinsurgency” strategy of protecting the Afghan population from insurgent attacks to eventually deny the Taliban-led “syndicate” of insurgent groups — some of whom have marginal ties to al-Qaeda — popular support. Interviews granted by McChrystal and his deputies since arriving in Afghanistan have occasionally downplayed the counterterrorism goals of the strategy, with one anonymous official telling the Los Angeles Times’s Julian Barnes, “We have been overly counter-terrorism-focused.” Feingold said that he was “a little worried” that McChrystal’s focus for the war is “much broader” than Obama’s.

“I’m a little worried that it’s ‘Let’s do the surge again, like we did in Iraq and it’ll all work out fine,’” Feingold said. “It strikes me as not fairly in tune with the history of Afghanistan and the geopolitics of the region. I’m willing to listen and I’m willing to give the general a chance to articulate it and maybe it’ll improve. But it strikes me as ‘Let’s just keep sending more troops in and see what we’ll do with them after they get there,’ rather than having a clear vision of what the real goals are.”

So far, opposition to Obama’s Afghanistan plans have yet to coalesce in the Senate. While some members of the House have raised doubts about sending additional troops to Afghanistan — a March 16 letter signed by 14 representatives urged Obama to “reconsider” his troop increases and “resist pressure to escalate even further” — discussion in the Senate has mostly centered around Armed Services Committee members querying Pentagon officials about whether they have sufficient resources for the war. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) took a lonely position against Obama’s initial escalation. But Feingold said he was beginning to hear discontent from senators of both parties, particularly as the 40 U.S. troop deaths last month made July the deadliest month of the war for the U.S. to date.

“A nervousness has developed, not only among Democrats, but Republicans as well,” Feingold said. While he said he couldn’t “put a number” on how many of his colleagues share that concern, he added, “I’m hearing more and more misgivings at this point. One thing I’m hearing from some of the Republicans is that they know very well that even if you believe that the surge was the key in Iraq [to reduced violence], that this isn’t the same situation.”

Some war opponents see signs of that nervousness around the country; a CBS/New York Times poll last week found 57 percent of respondents believing the war was going badly. Members of Get Afghanistan Right — a coalition of progressive writers, bloggers, filmmakers and activists that launched a website to forestall the Obama administration’s plans to increase troops in Afghanistan — are looking to the next several months as a key period for public discussion of an expanded war. One coalition member, the filmmaker Robert Greenwald, plans to screen a film he’s put together from Afghanistan in key congressional districts during August to pressure lawmakers to come out against the war. “There’s a huge opportunity for elected officials to take a leadership role here,” Greenwald said.

Greenwald’s Brave New Films launched a project earlier this year called Rethink Afghanistan, which presents a series of short online videos about the financial and human costs of the war and urges viewers to take action. The current installment, a video about the plight of women in Afghanistan, is paired with a donation tool allowing readers to get involved. In advance of a scheduled October theatrical premiere for the entire film, portions of it will be screened at events in districts of select members of Congress, and discussions of the war will be led by a new group of Afghanistan veterans, called Rethink Afghanistan Veterans, that the project has brought together.

“The reality is this is not a problem that can be solved with a military solution, and most politicians haven’t been there or don’t really recognize the problems,” said Jake Diliberto, a member of Rethink Afghanistan Veterans who deployed to Afghanistan in 2001 with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit. So far, the group has held film screenings or Afghanistan-related meetings in the districts of Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and Laura Richardson (D-Calif.). Next comes the northern California district of Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) on August 9 and 18; the districts of Mike Michaud (D-Maine) on August 26 and Chellie Pingree (D-Maine) on August 28; and hawkish Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) on Sept. 3.

“Some folks on the left, the far left, are fairly divided. Waters and [Rep.] Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) think a military solution is not feasible,” Diliberto said. “But there are others like Nancy Pelosi who will support the president till the ships get buried at the bottom of the ocean.”

Alex Thurston, a blogger at The Seminal who plays a leading role with Get Afghanistan Right, said his individual efforts in the coming weeks would “focus simply on keeping Afghanistan on people’s radar,” and working to prevent Afghanistan from being overshadowed by domestic debates. He and Brave New Films plan to sponsor a blogger specifically to cover Afghanistan. “I believe that when Americans sit down and really reflect, on an informed basis, about how things are going in Afghanistan, they will increasingly oppose troop escalations,” Thurston said in an email.

(Full disclosure: The Seminal is hosted by the same blog network as my personal blog, and Greenwald and I will speak on a panel on Afghanistan policy at the Netroots Nation convention next week.)

Feingold agreed that domestic worries like health care and the economy have “almost drowned out” Afghanistan. But after attending some recent constituent meetings in Wisconsin, he said, concern was “starting” to develop. “As usual,” Feingold said, “the people are ahead of Washington and the politicians.”

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MDCA
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 7:20 pm

Feingold has been bitter about lack of attention his entire career. Even though Bush should have never gone to war with Iraq, he finally did the right thing by increasing the troops. Had he not done that, twice as many Americans would have died.

Afghanistan is a comepletely different theater, with far more complex issues. The Russians left with their tails between their legs after 10 years of relentless bombing of the country. The US is way out of its depth. We are mired there, and unless we significantly improve our presence, we will also havee to leave, sooner or later, with our tails beetween our legs.


danieldelcaro
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 8:16 pm

I am suprised the good senator did not join Bernie Sanders initially. I am glad he has done his homework and I can only hope he begins to speak out against this terrible war. We need both Sanders and Feingold to lead the pack on this. The main stream media has forsaken America, but vocal prominent politicians can still get press time!


lousyd
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 8:30 pm

There hasn't been an outside force that brought stability to that region of the world in the entire course of human history. Sending a couple more thousand of our kids in there isn't going to change anything. The only thing sending more troups in would do is make more parents childless. I've talked with Mr. Feingold on 3 seperate occations and found him as sharp as they come. Just another reason to vote for him again……


robertkoontz
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 8:50 pm

We should conclude our envolvement in Afghanistan as quickly as possible. Our best defense against terrorism is to defeat them w/ intelligence and let them come a bit closer to us. We gain the advantage, like the French, to use the police to catch them at airports and in the cities, not in backward, third world countries' rugged terrian.

Robert Koontz
Major, USMCR (Retired)


Reggie
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 8:52 pm

Senator Feingold is correct! Had the bush crime family done the “right” thing a collective NATO
presence to secure the Building of Schools, Hospitals, and other Agritcultural means of supplying
Revenue, Hearts n Minds may have warranted more “Troops”! That didn't happen!

However if you really support our “Troops” then BRING THEM ALL HOME NOW! Who has
the money to pay 915 Billion towards the Military Congressional Industrial Complex! We have
clowns whining about how Medicare / VA for All would cause higher rationing of care and
bring major costs to our grandkids etc…. How Evil can you be! But it's okay for former CEO
William Maguire who left United Healthcare with a 1.7 Billion Dollar paycheck! How Evil can you
be! Ten Billion a month for Iraq “borrowed” monies where were the teabaggers then??

Please conservatives over the past 30 years your Policies and your alliance to the Christian
Right have been proven WRONG! Reaganomics and the bush crime family together has
caused our Nation to crumble as well as the World! Now that Cheney has been caught
sucking the blood from a child that was visiting his “gay” daughter's kid from a undisclosed
location, maybe he'll be ready to bring home the Three Hiker's arrested in Iran soon!


NaderPaulKucinichGravel
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 8:59 pm

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Swami_Binkinanda
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 10:18 pm

I think Feingold is all right. Afghanistan doesn't need military occupation, it needs financial support and education, in the face of which religious fundamentalism could not stand.


lynnspencer
Comment posted August 5, 2009 @ 11:50 pm

When did Sen. Feingold become a military commander? When our government has committed to a war, it's time to let the ones who know war, and know how to win a war, make the decisions to accomplish the goals put before them. Keep politics out of it. If Congress micro-manages military matters, our men will die.


gregorywonderwheel
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 12:03 am

Best news of the year. Any opposition to Obama's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is very welcomed!


gregorywonderwheel
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 12:06 am

“Some folks on the left, the far left, are fairly divided. Waters and [Rep.] Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) think a military solution is not feasible,” Diliberto said. “But there are others like Nancy Pelosi who will support the president till the ships get buried at the bottom of the ocean.”

But Nancy Pelosi is NOT on the left; she is smack dab in the center.


AlAlM
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 12:37 am

We are proud to have Feingold represent us in Wisconsin. Someone who does not always listen to what the party bosses tell him he is supposed to do/say.
We are finally getting to the point where we are getting public support for the idea that very expensive wars are compromising activities at home. The Republicans are saying health care is too expensive at a cost of billions maybe a trillion but this war has already cost us in the trillions (that we know of). If the health care program is too expensive maybe we should prioritize some of our spending to make it affordable. What big ticket items do we have that could be cut back or eliminated?
If liberals and Progressives have learned anything from Republican tactics is that the group that frames the debate usually wins the debate. How do we do that?…
Which would you support if it were phrased properly. Let's spend a trillions of dollars on an action whose purpose is to subvert the enemy (whoever that is) with whatever force is necessary including death and which only benefits a small group of powerful or connected people, but everyone gets to wave a flag and say they are a true American. Or spend a trillion dollars on an activity whose purpose is to save lives and improve the quality of life for everyone, then more people will be able to and afford to wave a flag as a true American.
Stop debating hypothetical costs. If costs were such an issue we'd have stopped every military conflict we have been involved in before they start. We obviously don't care about costs for certain topics, why not disregard costs for the health of the nation, most other developed countries have come to that conclusion.
Politicos: stop hiding behind the flag and realize that supporting the war is not supporting our troops but is reducing the health of our nation, physically and fiscally.


jackything
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 2:35 am

Way to go, Senator Feingold! Let's hope more of your political brethren get the balls and common sense to support you.


jackything
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 2:38 am

It is our duty as the people of this country to register our displeasure with military operations taking place in our name with no clear purpose and no end game, especially in these harsh economic times caused in no small part by being involved in a six-going-on-seven year war we had no business being in and being plundered by defense contractors.


jackything
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 2:40 am

Then so be it…it wouldn't be the first time we bit off more than we could chew…Vietnam, anyone?


mstfd
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 10:31 am

Russ, this military family thanks you! Keep up the good fight. Thank you for valuing our troops lives. Can't say the same for the rest of them on the Hill…


CaptainCrunch
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 10:34 am

Don't be such a fool with my sons life, if you please. Afghanistan is not called “the graveyard of empires” for nothing. Read your history. Another thing, bin Laden has been dead for years…educate yourself, please. For the sake of your country.


taweeks
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 12:17 pm

Feingold for president


Miele
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 2:58 pm

America has not won a war in 60 years:
Korea – tie
Vietnam – loss
Iraq #1 – tie
Iraq #2 – loss?

That is a dismal record of 0-2-2. If this were baseball, the coach would be fired.

After six years in Iraq and eight years in Afghanistan, both countries without any military. Sadly, it should be obvious that America doesn't have the talent or the resources to win a war.


NaderPaulKucinichGravel
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 4:50 pm

Troops Doubled
Poppies & Pipelines
McChrystal & Pat Tillman
Afghanistan: Graveyard of Empires

DNC & RNC have BOTH sold out the country in order to enrich themselves.
Independents agree on more than we disagree.
Beware the divide and conquer.

Future of a Nation that can not trust the Government & Propaganda Media?
How many times has the Government & Propaganda Media lied to you?
Chronic lying as career path or intellectual prostitution for paycheck?
Gravel Kucinich Paul Nader McKinney Ventura Sheehan Kaptur.
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.
Poodles, Puppets, Sham debates, Scam elections.
9/11 liars, AIPAC liars, Federal Reserve liars.
Speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil?
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Scott
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 6:26 pm

I am a returning Afghan Vet, highly trained in Intel and was a COIN operative. Additionally, I am a far right sitter. However, I must agree with Mr. Feingold. I was sent to work in Easter Afghanistan to mentor. I ended up fixing the plumbing of the Afghan National Army barracks and washing their fecal matter down drains. Mr. Feingold is correct that more troops are not needed. What is needed is a replacement of the current commanders on the ground and a renewed focus on what task the troops are performing – particularily if they are trained in human intelligence gathering, but are turned into plumbers because “body's are needed”. One Navy Captain who commands in Gardez is extremely guilty of the tactic of placing a body into any position, just to bolster numbers contained in PowerPoint slide shows.


ectoendomezo
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 7:15 pm

But Scott..what did you LEARN from that Fecal Matter? What were they eating?..What is the Main Staple of their Diet?..see..if you know the People from the ..Bottom up..you get a fairly complete Assessment…And anyway..i do believe that your experience was exactly what Dick Cheney meant by..'Asymetrical Warfare'….you just forgot to “think outside the Box”

Military Intelligence..holding steady as a truly magnificent Oxymoron…

..BLOWBACK..is a real issue we will come to face if we place more and more troops into a vicious and unwinnable counter insurgency 'war'…These individuals are returning with their brains..ACTUALLY..”rewired” for action..literally addicted to being Spun Up…too many times in a Chinnook..all that nervous explosive energy..they come back..and..oops..join the local sheriff dept. or Police Dept..and then..the real trouble starts..

Folks..get ready..the more people that are sent to Trashcanistan..the more messed up individuals we'll have to deal with later on..is that a 'good thing'? Do you REALLy want to be stopped at 3AM by a 'former' Gitmo guard? Or “COIN operative”..aka 'Death Squad'? Really?


Scott
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 7:23 pm

Thankfully I have no desire to join law inforcement. I hold two degrees, and my civilian job pays very nicely, so need to worry that this “COIN operative” is going to start “real trouble'.

But, you are right about being spun up on Chinook's and having to deal with nervous explosive enery upon returning from war – its called Combat Stress. Or, simply put PTSD…


ectoendomezo
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 7:25 pm

Absolutely! Why has he not run?

I truly believe that it is only the Punditocracy..the Politicians..our..”Representatives”..and of course Corporate Fascist Theocracy..that think We the PEOPLE are not PRIMARILY angered by the diminishing of our RIGHTS!

You hear it all the time..these talking heads saying that everyone is focused on the “Market” etc..etc..etc..but you talk to ANYONE..basically..and you find..the “Constitution” and the Drug War and the Terror War are really making them angry…

So..why does he not run? He could WIN..I really believe he could..as he is STILL the sole dissenting vote on the..STUPIFYINGLY EVIL 'Patriot Act'…and Obama has sold us out..period..so fast it might be a record..i am so deeply dissapointed..we MUSt have an end to..”Fusion Centers”..which is a blatant end run on FISA..and makes evey cop into a spy AND a 'Profiler'..uhh..racial and political profiling..not serial killer profiling..and INFRAGARD..truly evil making Business owners ino snitches…and I can't find ANY mention in the Constitution..or even the Preamble..for 'Watch Lists'..and then we have Indefinite Detention..and this truly evil boyscouts thing..li'l thugs program..

it MUSt end…Feingold For President..first and foremost..the Constitution!


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Comment posted August 13, 2009 @ 11:30 pm

IN THE NAME OF ALLAH – THE BENMEFICENT – THE MERCIFUL:SAY;HE,ALLAH IS ONE.ALLAH IS HE ON WHOM ALL DEPEND.HE BEGETS NOT,NOR IS HE BEGOTTEN.AND NONE IS LIKE HIM.[QUR'AN;112] ” EMPIRES HAVE BEEN GRAVEYARDS TO EMPIRES.” [GENERAL PETRAEUS].IS PRESIDENT OBAMA AND THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF LISTENING TO THEIR OWN GENERAL ? WHAT ARMY HAS DEFEATED THE PEOPLE IN AFGHANISTAN IN HISTORY ? LOOK AT THE USSR INVASION OF AFGHANISTAN AND WHAT WAS THEIR FATE ? NOW IT IS THE FORMER USSR. WHAT WILL BE AMERICA'S FATE IN AFGHANISTAN ? AMERICA IS OVERALL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TALIBAN AND WAS SUPPORTIVE OF THE MUJAHIDEEN TO THE EXTENT OF BEING THE GUEST AT THE WHITE HOUSE WITH PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN.TRUE OR FALSE ? WHEN IRAQ ATTACKED AND INVADED IRAN AND USED CHEMICAL WEAPONS AGAINST THE MUSLIMS IN IRAN DONALD RUMSFELD WAS THE U.S.REPRESENTATIVE SENT TO SADDAM HUSSEIN AS A FRIEND OF THE USA AND OPPONENT TO THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN.AS GEORGE W.BUSH SAID :” THIS IS THE CRUSADES.”


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