Bush has mind control on France

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    there are threats all over the world. there are despot leaders all over the world. At some point in time, the fable of the boy who cried wolf starts to become applicable.... especially after we have wasted 31K dead and wounded, a half a trillion dollars and five years on a boneheaded invasion/conquest/occupation of Iraq. The point being: if you are going to actually try, in the wake of 9/11, and get the citizenry of America to back invading and deposing of bad guys.... you had better make sure it is worth our while to do so. YOur team has failed miserably. Let the democrats try to do a better job for four years.... we certainly cannot make things MUCH worse than they are now!
     
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    More idiocy from you. You reinforce exactly what conservatives say about your party. You do not give one RAT's Ass what danger there is, you will oppose any action JUST because Bush is in office.
     
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    shoulda left iraq alone so it could eyeball iran and vice versa. Kept the conflict regional. Instead, the world is now an unsafer place. Thank you Mr Bush!
     
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    No one believes your president anymore. I think Iran is definetly a rouge state, and their nuclear ambitions are problematic. But, I'll be damned if I believe you or george bush again. You didn't fool me the first time on iraq, you're not going to fool me again.

    I'm going to trust the word of the IAEA and their inspectors in iran. I'm not going to believe anything bush says.
     
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    And lets see, FRANCE and the IAEA DO say Ira is a threat, FRANCE says War may be required.... But do pretend otherwise.
     
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    Look a little deeper. Why is Iran now a threat? Maybe because up until four years ago their Great Satan was thousands of miles away. Now, they're next door holding up a puppet (in Iran's eyes) regime...So if Iran invaded Canada and toppled it's PM and destroyed its infrastructure the US would sit back and go "wassup?". Bush (well, Cheney and his cabal really) has done nothing but light fires from the moment he took office. It'll take a Dem president a full term just to get them under control, let alone put them out...
     
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    So, magically the Iranian Nuclear programs have only been going on since 2003? What a joke.
     
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    France can prepare by calling its firms like Peugeot and TOTAL back to France from Iran. Otherwise it is talk.
     
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    I most certainly DO care about what danger is REALLY out there. I am certain that there was not any immediate danger from Iraq. I am certain that the immediate danger that faces us is not from islamic nation states anywhere near as much as it is from a nationless extreme ideology. I am certain that the current leadership of America does not know what they are doing and what they ARE doing is counterproductive to America's safety. You can categorize that sentiment as "idiocy", you can...but I would appreciate you actually addressing my point rather than dismissively avoiding it.

    and please remember: I was fully supportive of George Bush's actions in Afghanistan. I volunteered to go back on active duty to help him fight the very legitimate fight against islamic extremism and AQ. I only stopped supporting his foreign policy when he invaded Iraq.
     

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