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  • I'm not endorsing Presidential policy toward Iraq or India/Pakistan (hey -- IPak!) at this point, but I think the reason is this: India/Pakistan have their weapons pointed at each other. Iraq would likely point their weapons at the U.S. The traditional vague opinion of the U.S. public on this is "We don't fight other people's wars; we're not the world's peacekeeping force; we defend ourselves heavily, etc., etc." Hopefully that's both a useful and correct assessment.

    Of course, we are apparently having

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    • The traditional vague opinion of the U.S. public on this is "We don't fight other people's wars; we're not the world's peacekeeping force; we defend ourselves heavily, etc., etc." Hopefully that's both a useful and correct assessment.

      The problem is that just about any sort of war can be justified to the US public as a matter of "defense".