Aw, this makes my soul feel at ease:
The decisions of Republican senators John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina to support President Obama's sending of military aid to America's NATO allies in their air war against Libya's dictator Moammar Gadhafi are acts of political courage in a time of intense partisanship.
In speaking out, the two senators have put themselves at odds with their party's presidential contenders, a number of whom voiced strong criticism of Obama's Libya policy at last week's New Hampshire primary debate.
But in challenging the growing isolationism in today's Republican Party, McCain and Graham have also borrowed a page from history. Their actions harkens back to the choice a small group of key Republicans made in the early 1940s, when they supported America's first peace-time draft.
One of the things that can make a bromance flourish is a love for war. When two men love war, they can join hands and accomplish great things.