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War with Iran

Reader comment on item: Decision Time on Iran

Submitted by Debby Mayer (Israel), Nov 1, 2006 at 17:56

There is no way Bush can take the U.S. into war with Iran. The public in the U.S. has tired of supporting the Iraqi war. It's a quagmire and seems to get worse and worse, thanks to the media. They are the real winners for they have convinced the American public that the war in Iraq cannot be won, and neither can a war in Iran.

So the people want to bring the troops home, do their best to build a wall around their country, and hide there from the rest of the world. Once the Democrats get in, and they will get in in the election next week and in the next presidential race, they will make pacts with satan (all the Arab nations) and hope they've quieted them down in that way. But as we all know, Arab nations don't keep their word with non-Arabs because they are not Muslim and they are not bound to keep their word to anyone but another who worships in the way of Islam. Don't tell the Democrats that though. They are too busy being politically correct......and don't tell the American public that either. They are too busy wanting not to feel pain in their rush to satisfy their glutinous appetite for possessions. Go to war again....this time with that crazy man in Iran! You gotta be kidding!!!!


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