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Submitted by someone (Australia), May 28, 2007 at 00:55

The idea is kind of thought out, but you are forgetting that the Iraqi people would be happy to be rid of the U.S troops. They are causing alot of the problems in Iraq (eg. civillian deaths and their families reciving no compensation, electricity and water infastructure damaged ect.). Any way, there is no reason why Turkey couldn't be able to overwhelm the troops stationed there. And no, I'm not Turkish.

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