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Submitted by u know who (United States), Dec 12, 2008 at 00:07

I really think you live in fantasy land. How do you think you can stop this. Explain. The military can't be everywhere at one time. Not only that their missions may not deal with the killing of Christians. The military is attempting to put a new country together. Maybe the Iraqi police can deter the killings. But like with anything, how can you stop someone from killing another person. You need to be more realistic and not idealistic.

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