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The world policeman?

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in response to reader comment: Very astute. But Crusades were a very late response to centuries of Muslim intrusions ...

Submitted by Anatol Zukerman (United States), Feb 7, 2013 at 23:10

The US has about 1000 military bases around the world. This would be good if our government acted as a world policeman, but it acts as a world bully. It invaded Vietnam and lost it. It invaded Iraq and lost it. It invaded Afghanistan and lost it. What's next?

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