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Who WOULDN'T Back The Stronger Horse? Who Indeed?

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Submitted by Adina Kutnicki, Israel (Israel), Feb 16, 2010 at 12:26

Surely the strong horse scenario is entirely apt, especially when coupled with the Islamic thirst for bloodletting. That being said, it is quite paradoxical-dangerously so-that Israel's military leaders years ago adopted twin doctrines of the opposite tack-havlaga (restraint is strength, an oxymoron is there ever was one) and limited conflict. Huh and duh?

Amazingly defeatist and in line with their penchant for delusional thinking. Unbelievable.

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