As you wish. However, it's become pretty clear that the "decider" decided for the intelligence gatherers just what intelligence he wanted them to gather so he could decide for all of us that we needed this war.<br><br>Sorry, I gave the "decider" the benefit of the doubt until I realized that he had violated my trust. Now, I'm not stamping my feet and wringing my wrists like the truly dedicated that throw their daily tantrums in another forum, but the great "decider" has worn out his welcome in my heart & mind.<br><br>You tell me, do you like having your nephew's fate "decided" by a man who's placed a personal vendetta before the good of the U.S.? He's a good soldier — following orders and defending his country — but based on what rationale?<br><br>But you can stick with the "decider". It is, after all, your "decision" to make.<br><br>
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