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Seriously, Mitt. You're way over the line here. First you agreed not to politicize 9/11 and broke that agreement so badly in your speech today that even Faux Noos cut you off in the middle.

Now we've got a serious crisis on our hands, and it's time for you to take all your pent-up political yearnings and sit down and STFU, while the adults try to put the damn Middle-East genie back in the bottle.

I know it's going to be REALLY hard for you not to jump up and down and desperately try to get some attention, mainly by attacking anything your neo-con 'advisors' - like Bolton and Senor, etc - tell you happened, whether it is true or not. And for good measure, you'll have Eric F. whispering sweet nothings about how this is a great opportunity for you.... and of course your old buddy Bibi will be trying to get you to help him start WWIII.

But PLEASE, Mitt. Just sit down and STFU. This is WAY too serious for your brand of 'corporate management'. All you're doing is egging on that disgusting 'preacher' Jones down in Florida.

Seems this Jones fella is intent on starting WWIII as well..... hey, waitaminit! Is starting world wars covered by the First Amendment? I'd like to think that's sorta like shouting 'FIRE' in a crowded theater.

I'm not making crazy talk here, either - I lived in Egypt for 8 years, and know a thing or two about the Middle East. This is a real crisis, and there are a LOT of ways it could escalate quickly and blow the whole region up, and in spite of all the neo-cons salivating for more of their 'endless war' in the Middle East, an Israeli attack on Iran would not just make a mess out of that region, but bring down our economy as well as that of the rest of the world.

So please, Mitt, just sit down and STFU!


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