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April 16, 2008

Over 4,000 Dead Americans is an Academic Argument??
Posted by Adam Blickstein

At least according to John McCain from Hardball last night:

We can look back at the past and argue about whether we should have gone to war or not, whether we should have invaded or not, and that's a good academic argument. 

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Yes, let's re-debate whether the US should have gone to war in 2003. And then let's debate whether the US should have invaded Afghanistan in 1998. That way we can avoid 9/11 and the current Iraq war. Right? [note sarcasm]

Now McCain's, Obama's or Clinton's arguments for what to do in 2009. That's what I went to see debated.

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The good thing about your information is that it is explicit enough for students to grasp. Thanks for your efforts in spreading academic knowledge.

This is really an good work .I want to see something more like this from you in future too .

This is a very good job. I want to see you in future more.

There are over 4000 who won't be looking back!! Some of them will be buried this week.. Sad thing

There are more than 4000, which will not look back! Some of them will be buried this week .. Saddest

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