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Politics : Amateur Political Predictions

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To: Cage Rattler who wrote (57)3/28/2003 3:16:57 PM
From: grusum  Read Replies (1) of 75
 
like i've said previously, i think Syria will be next.

However, unless Syria openly declares war on us, i don't think we'll attack very far into Syria's borders.

i don't think we want to widen the war as yet. As soon as we have full control of Iraq our position will be greatly strengthened. And then, from a position of strength, we will address one country at a time. When that happens, life will get very bleak for the terrorists.

We can easily defeat Syria and Iraq at the same time, but widening the war like that at this time would be disadvantageous to us, i think.

Israel will benefit greatly by staying out of this war for as long as possible.

Syria is right to be scared. Their best chance, (and it isn't a good one) is to attack us now and hope they can draw others into the war and turn world opinion even more against us. We could then be like the Iraq of 1990 that practically the whole world was against, and i don't want that.
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