While being featured in a critical article on the official website of such a large non-profit is both disturbing and flattering, my feelings about the organization remain largely firm. However, it appears that my candid comments struck a chord with Invisible Children; they finally decided to admit that they do support putting the US Military on the ground in Uganda. While the well-meaning people at IC might believe that the US Military
is an effective assassin or policeman for the arrest, murder, or capture of individual non-state aggressors, the millions of lives lost in a multi-country pursuit of Osama Bin Ladin prove the exact opposite.
In reality, allowing the US Military to intervene in the Ugandan civil war will doubtlessly involve one of three things: