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Response to Yallow (Original post)

Sat Nov 14, 2015, 02:07 PM

4. Collateral damage is collateral damage.

 

We are so lost in this morass that at this point in time there is so much blame to go around equally.

What is the solution? Is there one? How do we continue to fight a guerilla war with the standard military responses. Drone strikes are not making it any better.

I have no answers, only sadness.

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