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November 07, 2008



I'm thinking in his "transition" briefings he has learned a lot more about threats to the U.S. than he did when he made the naive campaign promises to gullible voters that we need to pull out of the Middle East quickly. At least, that is my hope. Otherwise, he truly is clueless. Overall, I can't help but get the feeling we are seeing the beginnings of WW III, just as people didn't realize what was going to happen when Japan, Germany, and Italy simultaneously set their minds on rearranging borders. As someone who wasn't alive during either WW I or WW II, only the first Gulf War and the second, I am curious about your take on the trends.

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