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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • a war that had clearly already been well planned in advance

    Isn't that the whole point of the Department of Defense. I hope they have plans well in advance for a boat load of scenarios - from the most apparent (religous extremism, cult-of-personality fascism) to the riduculous (canadian extremism???). This is exactly what I want my tax money spent for - thinking about zillions of scenarios, prioritizing them, and then planning for them.

    I think the DoD does a good job of war planning ... now if they could

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    -derby
    • Yes. The Taliban was a "hostile government" that aided terrorists for many years, and we knew all about it. We had plans for a long time to attack them. We also have plans for attacks on North Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and pretty much every other nation that is "hostile." I shudder to think of what it might entail, but that includes China too.