Okay, since you asked:
Tell me this: What is the difference between a police department increasing the number of officers in a high-crime area and what President Bush is going to do in Iraq? What if the police said that they should just pull their officers out of the area and leave it to the residents to fix the problems? We'd have the same vigilante/sectarian violence that is happening in Iraq right now.
– Letter, Star Tribune
A. U.S. military forces are not police
B. Iraq has police
C. Bush putting U.S. "police" in Iraq is like al Maliki putting Iraqi police in your neighborhood
D. Many of the residents of the "neighborhood" resent the presence of the outsiders and will not cooperate with them
E. Your high-crime area may need more police, but the police already there didn't unleash the crime wave.
Otherwise, I see what you mean.