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How to proceed in a "cautious and slow and deliberate manner"

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Submitted by H. W. Hoffman (United States), Sep 3, 2002 at 15:13

Mr. Pipes, I'm enjoying getting to know you. First heard of you through "theintellectualactivist.com".

Regarding the caution you advance in dealing with the Iraqis.... my own view is that we should wage war there, and afterwards declare martial law until such time that we can safely leave those barbarians to their own devices.

Winslow Hoffman
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