Mike,We could argue the

Mike,

We could argue the details of daytime launches, but lets cut to the chase.  Why did we need to release footage of those launches in the first place?  We know enough to keep the press off the battlefields these days, so why not continue with that theory and keep the nasty business of military action off the front pages entirely?

Seeing those missiles take off sends a chill down your spine--if you like America.  If you don't like America--as many in the middle east don't--then seeing those launches gives you an entirely different feeling, no?

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