There are answers but aside from myself I have not heard them once and we will not! I have to tell you, what is happening in Chicago right now is just the absolute beginning of this breakdown process. While Bush's economy is going full steam ahead as your living costs and their stock market proves daily Our society is suffering and it is just beginning to show. It will not be turned around but will have to run its terrible course because society is not smart enough to eliminate the source "loss of morality" instead of trying to simply add more cops, more powerful weapons, and more prisons. that is all just adding to the inevitable showdown of the haves and the have not's that has been increased as never before by Bush!
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Iran says a U.S. attack is unlikely since Washington has been overwhelmed by its problems Iraq and Afghanistan. Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini says it is "unlikely" that U.S. forces embroiled in Iraq and Afghanistan would be able to invade a new country, adding it would have unpleasant consequences for the region and the world. Last week both Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Defense Secretary Robert Gates accused Iran of stepping up its military support for Iraqi militias and said that all military options to deal with the situation were on the table. Hosseini's remarks, which came at his weekly briefing Sunday, also ridiculed recent U.S. accusations of Iran supplying arms to Iraqi militias. Iran Says U.S. Attack Unlikely Due to Iraq, Afghanistan Problems