POD: Would you accept Iran's offer to help "stabilize" Iraq in exchange for...

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Iranian Nuclear Power for Stability in Iraq?

  1. Yes.

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  2. No.

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  3. Maybe.

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    15.8%
  1. DjaugheOld

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    ...acceptance of their right to have nuclear power?

    I kept the poll answers simple (Yes, No, Maybe) so folks can extrapolate from there.

     
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    No,

    Once they have a non extremist "I want to kil everyone that isnt Muslim" government than sure.
     
  3. DjaugheOld

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    I say 'No'...only to the fact that Condi has spent the last 15 months of orchestrating sharp diplomatic manoeuvring to create an international consensus regarding Iran.

    I believe Tehran is looking to muddle up the picture.
     
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    NO!
    We are Team America, World Police!
    Iran is only a neighboring country to Iraq!
     
  5. Divide Et Impera

    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    No.
     
  6. LoyaltyisaCurse

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    Um, No...Remeber that last time we supported Iran and Iraq at the same time?
     

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