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The killing of Iran’s Quds Force General, Qassem Soleimani, has sparked much debate across the aisle of whether or not this action is an act of war by President Trump. Regardless of where you stand, the act of terrorism has increased for months before the US response. The question is, is America ready for attacks in the homeland? As a country, we have been blinded by the possibility of a concentrated attack on US soil and many Americans, including our politicians, have forgotten the grim reality of 9/11 and not given our adversaries the respect they deserve.
o·pine /ōˈpīn/ Learn to pronounce verbformal verb: opine; 3rd person present: opines; past tense: opined; past participle: opined; gerund or present participle: opining hold and state as one's opinion. "“The man is a genius,” he opined"
originally posted by: Notoneofyou
Rural seems unlikely, suburban is a whole different deal though.
Something tells me this was written by somebody who thinks rural is any road off the interstate past the city limit signs.
originally posted by: Atsbhct
a reply to: Waterglass
Why do these articles always cite rural America as being in danger?
Maybe because that's where people are the most supportive of the President? Have to distribute propaganda where it will be effective!
The above article was linked to the following article which names those among us sympathetic to Iran and would sell any of us out on the cheap. Its a fresh story, just released on January 4, 2020.