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Published: Tuesday, April 2 2013 10:30 p.m. MDT

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m.g. scott
clearfield, UT

Your know, I suspect that Iran is involved in nuclear weapons development, but a very good point is made regarding the skecptcism of the "intelligence". We all remember how everyone was saying the same about Iraqs WMD, and look what happened. It's sad to think that there may really be a threat this time, but it won't be responded to because we cried wolf before. Makes one wonder just what "intelligence" really if for. Is it used for true needs or is it just now a political excuse to convince the people to support a war?

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

If the Republicans had won the election last November -- we'd reckon we'd just keep chasing and looking for imaginery "nuclear weapons of mass destruction" by moving troops from one Oil rich Middle Eastern Country to another.

m.g. scott
clearfield, UT

However, Obama doesn't seem to have ruled out the same thing. There is serious indication that He wants to move into Syria. Or at least begin to take sides and arm one group. After these last 12 years of Middle-East war, it is time the U.S. took a break from all this Middle-East conflict. I believe that these days, the U.S. presence in these areas cause more problems than they fix. I hope Obama comes to feel the same.

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