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September 29, 2014
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Is it really possible that ISIS is Al Quieda with a new name? Should we be worried that ISIS influence goes a lot farther than the middle east and possibly reach the U.S. or is this just another way to get us to agree on war? If ISIS influence does go further than the middle east then how is bombing Syria going to resolve anything. Are we just going to bomb every country in the fucking world? This constant war will be the demise of humanity!

September 29, 2014
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What should we do after we pulled out of Iraq prematurely not leaving any forces, and watching what would be a genocide of Christian Iraqis? What should we do when several Americans, a British, and French citizen are beheaded on a video? Should we just wait and ignore this until they do come onto our soil, or does the free world unite and fight them? Sorry but I think our President dilly dallied too long already. He blundered in his exit of Iraq in the first place, now we are paying for it. If they are in some sort of safe haven in Syria, go get them. Stupidly Obama just keeps telling them "Don't worry, we will not send boots on the ground". Took weeks of warning them we might bomb in Syria. Stupid logic to tell them anything, tipping them off to any surprise.

September 29, 2014
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Have we not seen with history that violence will never be the answer for anything?! I agree that we do need to stop ISIS if it's such a threat to the world but it seems to be the government has a hidden agenda with these extremist.

September 29, 2014
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Sometimes our philosophies I liken to the old saying " It sounds good on paper, but not in real practice". this is one of those times, and it seems that just ignoring this, trying to play the nice guy, or just hoping it will all go away, just does not work. You have to admit these people are completely unreachable when they march into a country with genocide of Iraqis Christians as a mission, and would cut off the heads of people who have nothing to do with any government dealings whatsoever. You can not deal with these people, negotiate, or take sense to the in any way, shape, or form. Even other Islamic countries are siding against them, and even Al Qaeda things they are took crazy. That is almost laughable.

September 29, 2014
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I'm not saying we do nothing. Something needs to be done but in a non-violent form. Violence will continue to produce evil.

September 30, 2014
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We left Iraq, that was an act of non-violence combat ended. Iraq had their own elected government, that was an act of non-violence. ISIS invaded and took over cities, and the Iraq army folded like a tent, that was non-violent. They gave up, dropped their arms, and would not fight. Christians were non-violent with them, and they were told convert to Islam, and pay a tax, or face death, so they ran to the hills and were starving. We dropped food and supplies, that was non-violent. In return they cut the heads off several hostage, and in Iraq slaudered scores of people, while our President do nothing for weeks, thinking about it, and telling them, we will not get sucked into another war. ISIS has defied all of the west, stated what they will do, they are on a mission. You can not deal with them, or logic with them. We should, bomb them, knock out all the oil fields they are funding with, and if necessary we should send troops in with a coalition of other countries, including into Syria.
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October 7, 2014
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Okay, clearly you misunderstood my point. I'm not only talking about the United States taking non violent actions, I was referring to the world as a whole. It doesn't matter how many times we try to take a different course that doesn't include violence because the second we cave into violent ways any other action taken before hand to change the course of history would have been in vain. Humanity as a whole will never advance and live at peace if these shenanigans continue. I believe the beginning of a solution starts with the reform of our government.

October 7, 2014
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Great philosophy but with these people, they are not interested. Give Turkey as an example, they refused to participate in the colition, and this morning ISIS is closing in on one of their border towns. I hate to use the word but a genocide of these people in ISIS seems to be the only answer.

October 7, 2014
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I'm sure there are other precautions that can be taken that haven't been so far. I guess we will agree to disagree.

October 8, 2014
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The ball is in your court. It is one thing to talk in idealistic views and values, wonderful generalities, but another one to propose a solution. Just exactly how would you propose dealing with these ISIS people? They are controlling much of Iraq, and now controlling much of Syria, with possible intent to spread into Turkey.

What would you do, and at what point would you take military action?

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