Compromised

We “Compromised” and lost warships and artillery and gained nothing.  Then we “Compromised” on auto and silencers and gained nothing.  Then we “Compromised” on imports and gained nothing.  Then we “Compromised” again on autos and gained nothing.  We “Compromised” on certain cosmetic features that complicated the matter, and gained nothing.  There are now proposals that we “Compromise” on any weapon more advanced than the 1870s.

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