Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for March 23, 1981
Roland: Good evening. Today the furor continued over President Reagan's recent statement that the only lesson of Vietnam was to "never enter into a war you don't intend to win." With the memory of 210,000 U.S. casualties still vivid, millions of shocked Americans expressed outrage over the disclosure that their government never had any intention of winning the Vietnam War. I'm Roland Hedley. As cries of "never again" ring out across the country tonight, join me as we take a look into our own front yard... for a war we can win! Brought to you by Hertz, where the winners rent.