It seems there is always bluring of lines between respecting those fighting to keep us free, which we should always do, and a distain for the politicians running the war. This question has nothing to do with the fine job the troops are doing in Iraq and Afghanastan. From a historical perspective, which administration did or is doing a worse job handling the war in which they respectfully handled, that is, Johnson, and to a degree Nixon in Vietnam, or Bush in Iraq. Several things have to be considered, such as honesty of why we entered, the threat to the United States, and the way which the war ended or you think it will end. Before giving any opinions, please remember names like McNamera, Westmorland, Kissinger, besides the present day players.