But hey, they'll only get annoyed at back seat drivers. They'll never listen to sound advice [thanks to Instapundit for the alert]:
Here are some arguments that are being made that the Democratic party has simply not responded to, in the larger sense of the word "response":
Whatever the UN was, might have been, or should be, it now isn't. Genocidal tyrannies are on the Human Rights commision. Saddam Hussein funneled over 1.7 billion dollars to various decision makers and world leaders to weaken his sanctions program. One out of every three votes is about Israel. Until the UN is significantly reformed, you shouldn't take its decisions seriously.
If we view 1000 or even 10,000 dead soldiers as unacceptable, we will never be able to fight a real war again.
Proportional response with no preemption allows the other side to set the pace of the battle.
Just because it says something in the Bible doesn't mean there are no ancillary arguments supporting it. And just because someone uses the Bible as a source of their morality doesn't mean that any particular view of theirs is wrong. Actually, stuff that's lasted for thousands of years is more likely to be useful than stuff that was dreamed up in a French philosophy book.