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People Talk: Should the U.S send military assistance to pro-democracy dissidents in the current Middle East turmoil?

Greg Martin, Rescue “We have enough problems. Let’€™s focus on us rather than them.”

Greg Martin, Rescue “We have enough problems. Let’€™s focus on us rather than them.”

Matthew Henderson, Pollock Pines “Yes, to an extent. Mostly just to give them the opportunity to set things up right, and prevent another tyrant from taking over. We need to give them a chance.”€

Teri Richards, El Dorado Hills “We’™re already spread really thin. But I guess we have to get involved, but hopefully not too involved. The world looks to us for leadership.”

Vince Lindsay, El Dorado Hills “€œNo way. We get into everyone’s problems. We need to back off, and maybe help them financially but the last thing we should be doing is sending troops over there.”

Wolfgang Hawlisch, El Dorado Hills “No. We need to stay out of other peoples’€™ business. They need to work things out themselves. We wouldn’t want them coming over here getting involved in our domestic problems.”

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