Finelli started off by arguing that the war effort has been poorly planned and poorly equipped because the "elite of this country don't have a vested personal interest in winning the war." He stated his belief that if the middle class was subject to a draft, the excuse that "we don't have enough money" for proper equipment would no longer be heard.
"George Bush took us into war on a fallacy," Bruhns began. "He took us in there under-equipped -- I totally agree with Mark on that -- under-manned, no plan to win the peace. He managed the war with utter incompetence." However, when asked if a draft might bring a quick end to the war, Bruhns replied, "Over 70% of the American people are against this war. I could not endorse trying to force people to go over and fight George Bush's war against their will." Raw Story