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POLL: Chance of US Military Action in Sudan?


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Wolfprophet Inactive Member writes:

I beg to differ. There is a Zero percent chance that George Washing will rise from the grave, ride a mighty Thunder Wolf(Or a Lightning Horse.) through capital hill, decapitating all the bad(Read as just "all of the") politicians with a spatula that's encrusted with a golden American Eagle.

As for Sudan….Thinking about it strategically in a sense, Leaving them alone means that the transportation and food costs for the Jihadis and terrorist cells will rise as they need more recruits, this will lead them to require more funding…when they do that, we can figure out who's trying to fund them and cut that source off, making all those new recruits from Sudan a little less effective in one way or another. I could just be over thinking this though.


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Uesugi Kenshin Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member wonders...

Without launching into a political discussion, what is the % chance you think that the U.S. (alone or through a coalition) will take military action (boots on the ground, not just air power) in Sudan by 2020?

Sudan has long harbored enemies of the U.S., and in 2005 one Iraqi politician stated that while the greatest number of suicide bombers in the country were coming from Saudi Arabia, the greatest number of foreign jihadis were coming from the Sudan (recruited through Iran's Sepah).

I would put the possibility of U.S. troops intervening there by 2020 in the 10-15% region.