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Published: Sunday, March 24 2013 11:24 p.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

I am glad we have a long boatman in charge of our defense department within the State Department. With the slowdown of the rebels it won't be long for these flights to get nuclear fission devices without being detected to a closer location for Israel to be attacked by Iran. Very convenient location, location, location and it wasn't even a change in ownership just for convenience. Those countries have had 1000s of years of experience in dealing with wars and plundering. They will make our Departments of State and Defense a real challenge for these new leaders and our President in the region last week.

David
Centerville, UT

I am quite confident that if we just have President Obama and John Kerry talk more with Iraq, Iran, and Syria that everything will work out just fine.

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

Gee I will bet the Iraqi heads of state are trembling in their boots after getting a warning from Kerry and Barack. Yes sir - like a wet paper tiger...no bite!! Actually Barack has ZERO respect from anyone in the middle east - Iran and their terrorist brethren do pretty much what they want. Barack can show them his 'peace prize' maybe that will impress?? The US under Barack is worse off than under Carter....Rodney Dangerfield ...no respect.

m.g. scott
LAYTON, UT

If Iran is flying through Iraqi airspace why doesn't our fearless leader just impose another "no fly zone" over Iraq, like we used to have. I don't suppose he is afraid of the Iranians is he???

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