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In Iraq, Stay the Course - but Change It

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Submitted by mike (United States), Oct 25, 2006 at 16:31

Personally, I think our interests would best be served by leaving them in it up to their eyeballs.

If we just left they would simply start shooting each other on a wholesale basis. Hopefully the chaos would take in Iran and Syria. It might not leave them anytime to continue thinking about committing terrorist acts any place else. The record of atrocities committed by Muslims is clear so I figure the more time they spend shooting each other is less time they will have to try and kill anybody else.

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