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The Return of the Neocons

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Submitted by Bob D (United States), Mar 27, 2012 at 12:07

Sad to lose another of the few voices for peace in the house. The perpetual war advocates have the floor in the congress. This while China and especially India go around making friends instead of war and buying up the resources of their friends. India's crony capitalism and China's lack of liberty is still a heavy burden on their society even when compared to the U.S. But if we continue to listen to ... neocon chickenhawk we can give these 3rd world countries a fighting chance to beat us.

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