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There can be no peace but that which is forced by the sword.

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Which country should the U.S. target next in the War on Terrorism?

Iraq47 %47 %47 % 47.33 % (71)
Somolia16 %16 %16 % 16.67 % (25)
Syria11 %11 %11 % 11.33 % (17)
Libya2 %2 %2 % 2.00 % (3)
Iran6 %6 %6 % 6.00 % (9)
Sudan2 %2 %2 % 2.67 % (4)
North Korea3 %3 %3 % 3.33 % (5)
none7 %7 %7 % 7.33 % (11)
Not Listed3 %3 %3 % 3.33 % (5)

Total votes: 150
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Re: Which country should the U.S. target next in the War on
by Anonymous
on Nov 10, 2001

Will never forget what Somalia did to our Blackhawk pilots and crew! Image is forever burned in my mind of them being dragged through the streets!!


Re: Which country should the U.S. target next in the War on
by Anonymous
on Jan 27, 2004
why ?
use force and the US will lose its position of leadership. Lead from the moral high ground and 100% within all international law and you win - the terrorists lose. What did we achieve in 1972 in Northern Ireland with 2 Para opening fire ? Turned neutrals into enemies. Despite being one of the best units in the World 2 Para will be remembered for that as much as Goose Green or Arnhem.

Re: Which country should the U.S. target next in the War on
by Anonymous
on Feb 24, 2006

why dont we just blow all of them mother fuckers up so we dont have to worrie about us getting fuckin bombed again.


Re: Which country should the U.S. target next in the War on
by Anonymous
on Feb 24, 2006

you know what why not just blow them fuckers. just nuke them then we can live saftly


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