The longest war in US history is, I believe, the Second World War. We are still occupying Europe and Japan. What do you think?
1945: Germany signs unconditional surrender
Germany has signed an unconditional surrender bringing to an end six years of war in Europe, according to reports from France.
Watch/Listenhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/3..._surrender.jpg General Jodl signs the surrender document at Reims
BBC correspondent witnesses the ceremony
The Japanese representatives aboard the USS Missouri at the Surrender of Japan on September 2, 1945
Victory over Japan Day (also known as Victory in the Pacific Day, V-J Day, or V-P Day) is a name chosen for the day on which the Surrender of Japan occurred, effectively ending World War II
Are we still there? Also, per this administration, are we a fighting force (didn’t we cease all combat operations?) in Iraq or an occupying force?
And a big congratulations to Barack Milhous Obama, the jobs President (and Genocide Ben) for the addition of 36,000 jobs in January. That's a whopping 631 jobs for each of our 57 states! And how much money did Gen Ben, the Keynesian-In-Chief have to print to get all those jobs? Lots of hope and change out there.
We live in Cuba now.
If there is no cohesive policy from admin to admin we lose all credibility and trust among world nations. Since much of our policies are guided by foreign aid which is budgetary and has multi-year commitments, a subsequent admin can't do a major flip-flop unless there is government upheaval in the particular foreign country, without legislative action.
I think the LONGEST WAR is the one way agression between RP and Bush 43 ( an unknown participant) its tenure, 2000-present and there is no end in sight and will probably continue long after both are long gone from this earth