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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by dgfred View Post
    Like what 'cultural' site? Would, could, should... has not.
    Sites that show Iran's Persian past. Would you like to see ours attacked?

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  • inevtiab1e
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    Originally posted by American87 View Post

    Trump already had 2020 in the bag. Don't kid yourself.
    According to serial liars? You shouldn't be so naive to think people wouldn't want to trick and take advantage of you.
    I can look at recent elections to see what will happen in 2020. Every day we get closer to 2020, the less chance Trump has of winning.
    Could it be that RW carnival barkers are lying intentionally? Of course. That's what they do. They sit around in a room and try to figure out language and conspiracy theories to target conservatives.

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  • ljadw
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    We know the politic opinions of the Gannett Company who owns Military Times .
    What we do not know and what the Gannett Company is wisely hiding, is the number of military that have been interviewed: if it is 100, 50% of 100 = 50 .

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  • American87
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post

    https://www.rt.com/news/477685-iran-...defense-zarif/

    Supposedly they didn't even hit their target. No casualties and they're not interested in any further escalations. As worthless as the attack was, more of a token response than anything else, it's still all Trump needs for his war.
    It will be interesting to see Trump's response. He should fire a few rockets and hit nothing but sand. Then we can have a "war" of misses.

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Missile strikes against US bases in Iraq were legitimate self-defense measures and are now over, as Iran does not intend to wage war or escalate the situation further, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has said.



    Two volleys of missiles aimed at the Al-Asad base in Iraq’s Anbar province and another facility near Erbil were “proportionate measures in self-defense” under 51 of the UN Charter, Zarif tweeted from Tehran in the early hours of Wednesday, describing the action as “completed.”
    https://www.rt.com/news/477685-iran-...defense-zarif/

    Supposedly they didn't even hit their target. No casualties and they're not interested in any further escalations. As worthless as the attack was, more of a token response than anything else, it's still all Trump needs for his war.

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  • Salinator
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    Originally posted by marktwain View Post

    Have the airbase damage and Casualty figures arrived yet?
    I agree that in a drone strike exchange, Iran's odds look pretty long.
    The Ayatolla and his merry band of peace-loving Mullahs are praying they didn't kill anyone.

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post
    Americans are fickle people. Once Iran responds with an attack of their own, their opinions will change. They will become gung-ho patriots again and their support of Trump will rise. His war with Iran will increase military support, eventually, and will make him impossible to replace in 2020.

    Once we're engaged with Iran, we'll have no choice but to finish the war and most of the country won't replace a republican with a democrat in that situation. In that respect it was a brilliant move by Trump.
    Have the airbase damage and Casualty figures arrived yet?
    I agree that in a drone strike exchange, Iran's odds look pretty long.

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  • American87
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post
    Americans are fickle people. Once Iran responds with an attack of their own, their opinions will change. They will become gung-ho patriots again and their support of Trump will rise. His war with Iran will increase military support, eventually, and will make him impossible to replace in 2020.

    Once we're engaged with Iran, we'll have no choice but to finish the war and most of the country won't replace a republican with a democrat in that situation. In that respect it was a brilliant move by Trump.
    Trump already had 2020 in the bag. Don't kid yourself. Americans support his strike because he stands up for America. Do you forget we were attacked? By Iran? An act of war? Obama would have taken it. Democrats want to appease, like Neville Chamberlain against Hitler. Sure there is some condascension involved; we could crush Iran in less than a day, and it's nice to let them hit us a few times, to vent their anger. But that's crazy. What if it was you or your family in that embassy?

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post
    Americans are fickle people. Once Iran responds with an attack of their own, their opinions will change. They will become gung-ho patriots again and their support of Trump will rise. His war with Iran will increase military support, eventually, and will make him impossible to replace in 2020.

    Once we're engaged with Iran, we'll have no choice but to finish the war and most of the country won't replace a republican with a democrat in that situation. In that respect it was a brilliant move by Trump.
    hMMM....at least George W landed on that CARRIER

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Americans are fickle people. Once Iran responds with an attack of their own, their opinions will change. They will become gung-ho patriots again and their support of Trump will rise. His war with Iran will increase military support, eventually, and will make him impossible to replace in 2020.

    Once we're engaged with Iran, we'll have no choice but to finish the war and most of the country won't replace a republican with a democrat in that situation. In that respect it was a brilliant move by Trump.

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    No.

    Especially when Trump wants the armed forces to commit war crimes. At least SecDef has exercised common sense in stating the armed forces will obey the laws of warfare.
    Hmmm...I would venture a guess that the several thousand men trapped in Iraq would be weighing on a lot of peoples' minds.
    I am personally of the opinion that the asassination was justified- or justifiable. Hezbollah Of Lebanon has devolved into a mafia.

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  • dgfred
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    Like what 'cultural' site? Would, could, should... has not.

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  • Massena
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    You don't believe that Trump said he would attack cultural sites in Iran? Now that is horse pucky.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Horse pucky...

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  • Massena
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    No.

    Especially when Trump wants the armed forces to commit war crimes. At least SecDef has exercised common sense in stating the armed forces will obey the laws of warfare.

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