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Submitted by Jon (United States), Jan 12, 2006 at 15:38

"The old approach did have faults, creating problems that worsened over time, but it must not be summarily thrown out. Stability does have some virtues."

The soviet union was stable as well. While I too have some apprehension concerning Iraq, I prefer the straight forwardness that GWB's foreign policy entails. I would never wish to go back to the slipping money and guns to anyone whould fight communist days. Should we fund marxist rebels if they are involved in a civil war with Islamists??

I say no
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