Your use of the term WE conflates what is done by the military and its specific voluntary operatives with The People. The two are not one in the same and the suggestion that anything done by the military somehow seamlessly comports with The People is a very dangerous, slippery slope. It is the vernacular of the fascist military state.
Your "we" does not speak for me. Or Jill Stein or anyone else who doesn't believe in "military solutions" and recognizes the false flag that unleashed the calamitous wars that turned the M.E. into an open Hell... benefiting ONLY weapons suppliers and Shock Doctrine financiers.
Fundamentalist Christians raised from birth to believe in the authority of male father figures AND all those wounded boy-men who think their identity is based on military service MAY identify with this collective "we," yet as mentioned it does NOT speak to citizens with very different views, sensibilities, and voices.
How many of the latter were invited onto any radio or TV programs prior to the run-up to the already planned--on the basis of FIXED evidence--war against Iraq?
How many are seen on today's news programs?
Those who take the forced consensus and turn it around into the illusion of public support are PART of that fascist government and/or the MIC.