Scott Horton Interviews Gene Jones

Scott Horton, January 27, 2010

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This interview was conducted by Antiwar Radio producer Angela Keaton.

Gene Jones, president of Florida Veterans for Common Sense, discusses his organization’s resolution opposing the Afghan War escalation, the (literally) incalculable cost of national defense, the strain on the military from too many deployments and the ridiculous plan to have 100,000 troops in Afghanistan to fight 100 members of al Qaeda.

MP3 here. (12:24)

Gene Jones is president of Florida Veterans for Common Sense.

3 Responses to “Gene Jones”

  1. More troops were sent to Vietnam and as 'Dr. Phil' would ask: "And how did that work out for US?" It resulted in further casualties and we eventually lost that war. The war in Afghanistan was LOST the first day that an American soldier marched into that quagmire. NO matter how many more troops are sent – the result will be the same – more casualties and a lost war.

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