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“I don’t bluff.” Obama’s Will to War – 0% Doctrine by Tom Engelhardt

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Obama’s motivation for war with Iran will change the course of US History, according to Tom Engelhardt in Nation of Change. http://www.nationofchange.org/0-doctrine-1331558323 The 0% Doctrine By Tom Engelhardt When I was young, the Philadelphia Bulletin ran cartoon ads that usually …

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Why Regime Change Won’t Work in Iran

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By Robert Wright Jan 18 2012 One of the most popular things on the Republican campaign trail–possibly more popular than any of the candidates themselves–is regime change in Iran. Mitt Romney favors it, Rick Santorum favors it, and Newt Gingrich …

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Amid New Sanctions, Obama Confronts the Challenges of Diplomacy with Iran

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By Tony Karon Despite the deafening racket of the mass-media drums of war, neither President Obama nor the Pentagon has an appetite for a confrontation with Iran that could unleash havoc across the Middle East and would at best simply …

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