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The line must be drawn somewhere!

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Submitted by Graham Peppercorn (Australia), Oct 13, 2002 at 10:35

I applaud Daniel Pipes for his rational arguement against Professor Zinn. The UN has continually attempted, and has acheived in many cases, to overule the sovereignity of its member states. This has to end!

Iraqs' people would dance in the street if Saddam was overthrown, there is no doubt.

America and her allies must draw a line in the sand concerning the war on terror. Iraq is known to be assisting the radical Muslims. The recent Bali explosion has killed or wounded hundreds of innocent people.

Are we to stand by and allow these gutless attacks to continue to happen while the perpertrators hide away and crawl under a rock somewhere until their next gutless attack?? If the individuals cannot be found, countries that are supporting them must be made to feel some pain.

God help all of us if these animals get a hold of nuclear weapons. They have proven that they would use them indiscriminately against innocent people.

To me, any length should be taken to make sure that this can never occur. If this means that America then, has to be the World's policeman, than so be it.

Which other country could take her place??
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