I came across it in the low-quality queue. I voted to delete it because it adds no supporting evidence to show why it shapes Democrats' views (which is the subject of the question).
I don't think this would have been a good comment either. The reason for that is that it lacks any evidence or reasoning why this is relevant to the question. If this had been a comment, it could not be down voted, only up voted, so it may have gathered 4 up votes as the answer did.
Instead, the appropriate thing would be to have more elaboration and evidence to support the answer. Reasonably, under whose command US involvement started can be argued to shape Democrats' views. For example, because of the way it's covered in one's filter bubble or because of the reasons the US entered into the conflict in the first place aligning with party affiliation. That reasoning is the most important part of a post, but it lacks any such reasoning.