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December 22, 2003


Arnold Williams

"We liberal internationalists are, on current evidence, entitled to hope that the overthrow of Saddam and economic pressure resulting from coalition forces’ destruction of the oil pipeline from Iraq will, without our resorting to war, impress upon Syria the imperative of abandoning its belligerent foreign policy. Without the outlet of anti-American and anti-Israel populism, the edifice of Baathist totalitarianism may then prove as fragile as it did in Iraq."

Wonderful! Best news ever! Now for the hard part: PERSIST!


The real source of Wahhabist islamic extremism is Saudi Arabia. How long before we deal with them?

Stephen Daedelus

Never, warlord; we need the oil, but aren't willing to put up with an invasion to get it.

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