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    • American Christian
    • 05.11.07 | 23:29 (IST)

    A war with Iran would be disastorous, Americans would be an easy target for Iranian missiles, and troops. The straits would instantly be closed and the Shiite of Iraq would fight, fight, fight. Let Israel deal with Iran, if it so chooses to do so. Enough blood has been spilled, and from everyone I talk to here in the US, enough Christian blood for Muslim and Jewish issues, you guys resolve it, or go ahead and fight and kill yourselves, but leave us out of it. GET IT DONE WITH. We have poured too much money and blood into this region, especially when we have a president that vetos a health care bill for children worth 35 billion over five years because we 'can't afford it' while we are spending that in a couple of weeks securing Iraqis, a people, that quite frankly don't like us, and I don't blame them, we've done everything in the past to screw them.

    from the article: Meshal: Summit is U.S. ruse meant to distract from war vs. Iran
    First published 00:00 05.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.11.07
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