Discussion in 'Politics' started by paulitician, Dec 18, 2011.
It looks like we're headed in that direction. What do you think?
We have taken on a different role with them.
I don't agree that it won't happen. Lybia happened, Pakistan happened, Obama might do it and Romney is even more likely to.
But yeah, I'm against it 100%.
Depends on the reasoning. Ignoring hostile enemies is not the solution. Ignoring problems only makes them worse.
One could argue the question is moot – given the fact we’ve nearly depleted our military assets wasting our efforts the last ten years fighting two pointless wars.
It's a dumb question without providing the hypothetical reason we'd go to the hypothetical war.
Absolutely not. Anything egged on by the Saudis and conservatives is simply wrong.
That it doesn't look like we are heading in that direction, and I don't support going in that direction.
We don't HAVE to go to war. We could always surrender immediately!
We have no projected such a position of weakness that war with Iran is inevitable. What are we going to do about it? That's the only question there is. Iran is not subject to diplomacy or negotiation. They are driven by the ideology of the Twelfth Imam. We either mount a defense or we don't.
I think this thread is in the context of the other thread citing a Federal judges finding there is credible evidence Iran played some role in 9/11.
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