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Repetition of U.S. Neocon Propaganda

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Submitted by Raymond Moore (Republic Of Korea), Sep 17, 2005 at 03:47

This article takes a speculative utilitarian approach to regime change. IMO, it would be more useful to look at the repercussions of that as a U.S. policy. It seems that the Bush administration, in particular, under this misguided policy, rather than employing regime change unilaterally, instead, thinks that it has the right to remove only those brutal dictators who do not "play ball" with the U.S.

Is that a policy which you support?

Raymo
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