Just a few questions for everybody here. What should we do regarding the threats and problems in each country? Please don't respond "flat out invade," because that is unrealistic and we will not do that. But what will we do? I wanna give President Bush a serious thank you for doing what he has done in Afghanistan and Iraq and the serious change we see in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Libya, and throughout the rest of the Middle East. As we work hard to reconstruct Afghanistan and Iraq and as we work hard to makre sure the Pakistanis and Saudis are hunting down al-Qaeda and Libya is dismantling its WMDs, what do we do with each one of these countries listed above? Iran I would demand that the Iranian mullahs do the following: 1) Stop supporting the insurgency in Iraq 2) Stop their nuclear activities - let the IAEA walk around freely in Iran 3) Stop funding terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah and hand over all senior al-Qaeda leaders to their countries, (Saif al-Adel, Saad bin Laden) If Iran does this, they'll show serious cooperation ang the won't be on my radar any longer. But I highly doubt they do this. So what I would do is, I would change American policy fowards Iran from "containment" to "regime change." I wouldn't invade (at first) rather, I would fund uprisings so they Iranian people overthrow the terrorist Iranian regime. I would continue to fund this uprising until the regime is no more. Syria Syria is a different story. It is surrounded by water and enemies. I would offer Syria a temporary truce, if they start to reign in on Hezbollah and if they hand over any WMDs that Saddam might have given them before the war. I'm cautious about an invasion of Syria for several reasons. Yes, it is true that the military campaign against the Syrian regime would last about one week... shorter than that of Iraq. But... the Syrian postwar period would be hell. One, the Syrian people don't oppose their regime as much as the Iraqi people did or as much as the Iranian people do. And two, Syria is much closer to the Palestinian territory... Hamas and Hezbollah would have a field day on postwar Syria. It would be terrorist warfare as its finest. I am not sure how I would deal with Syria in the case they do not cooperate. But I think they will. North Korea If the North Koreans are successful in their quest for nuclear weapons, which it seems as if they are, we are then past the point of no return. I believe in a nuclear free Korea... that is, unless, North Korea already has nukes. For this reason, I would supply Japan and South Korea with nuclear weapons. I would call it "nuclear ambiguity." It would not officially announce the new nuclear powers of Japan and South Korea, but the North would be aware. After this, I would blockade North Korea... which is the closest thing to war than an act of war itself. It would remain this way until Kim Jong-Il let inspectors into his country and fully disarmed. Sudan There's no waiting here. Sudan funds terrorists. They are terrorists. They are killing hundreds of thousands. It would take about 3-4 weeks, and about 25,000 troops to do the job in Sudan and take down that regime. Images if American soldiers feeding 35 pound 18 year old Africans... if that caused anti-Americanism... f*ck 'em. Anybody?