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Letters to the Editor for Sept. 18

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U.S. wrong to get involved in Syria’s battles; Israel’s, too While I fully support the right of Syrian people to overthrow their repressive government, and I hope they can replace it with a real republic, I strongly oppose the United States involving itself in this conflict. The United States offers only military options and sanctions that will result in an even higher death count. Diplomacy is the best way to resolve the Syrian civil war. ...

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cfield
September 18, 2012
7 a.m.

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Teachers and Government- a nationwide solution is to send all our children to private schools. Result 40-50% savings in spending and taxes and a higher level of education for all.

wmarincic
September 18, 2012
7:53 a.m.

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Tom Ellis,

A people (radical Muslims)that believe dying is better than living does not live by the normal constraints of humans and believe that by killing all non Muslims they will usher in paradise on earth. Do you really want those people with a nuclear weapon? Israel has always been a friend and ally of America, at least it was before Obama and most Americans support Israel as a trusted friend.

biwemple
September 18, 2012
9:54 a.m.

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I believe that Iran will probably not directly attack Israel if it gets nukes, but rather just deliver these weapons to some terrorist group to do the dirty work for them. Having one of these nukes go off in one of our port cities would do far more damage to our economy and way of life than we could possibly imagine.

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