Here is a novel apporach to the war in Iraq. Instead of any attempt at trying to find a real solution, John McCain feels the most realistic approach is to pray for it to go away.
McCain On Iraq War: ‘This Issue Isn't Going To Be Around In 2008'
In the February ‘07 issue of Vanity Fair, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is quoted telling a group of conservatives last October that the Iraq war "isn’t going to be around in 2008."
According to Vanity Fair, an audience member told McCain, "The war's the big issue. Some kind of disengagement — it's going to have to happen. It’s a big issue for you…in 24 months." McCain responded:
"I do believe this issue isn’t going to be around in 2008. I think it’s going to either tip into civil war..." He breaks off, as if not wanting to rehearse the handful of other unattractive possibilities. "Listen,"
he says, "I believe in prayer. I pray every night."
And that’s where he leaves his discussion of the war this morning: at the kneeling rail. Vanity Fair
via Think Progress