Bogged down in two major wars, running up a national debt of $20 trillion, and on the cusp of domestic turmoil not seen since the 1960s – that's where America is right now. Do we really need another war?

In Washington, D.C., the answer to that question is a near-unanimous "Yes!"

In the rest of America, the answer is a resounding "No!"

So which America will have their way?

It's up to us – it's up to you.

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