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False dichotomy of the day

Complaining about the treatment of women in Iran is pointless unless you are suggesting we invade them to impose our view.

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  1. Dunc says:

    Wow – I’d forgotten just how much I hate LibCon comments threads.

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  • Plus what about ghost acres? Need to reread my Pomeranz after this. 2 hours ago
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