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Dobbs Wants U.S. To Declare War With China For Hacking

Lou Dobbs wants to know when our "gutless" lawmakers and politicians are going to declare war with China for them hacking into our defense and weapons systems.

Lou Dobbs wound up this segment on America Live with Megyn Kelly where they were discussing the Chinese hackers gaining access to "a wide array of weapons and defense systems" by asking when we're going to declare war with China.

DOBBS: Remember, a little over a year ago, the Joint Chiefs made a similar statement, that in certain instances, intrusions in cyberspace will be considered an act of war against the United States and will be treated as such. What more... what in God's name would it take to create an act of war? You couldn't do this in anything but the virtual world and have their be any doubt about it. It's an act of war.

I don't like what's going on either, but I what I would like to know is, what it would take for Fox pundits to quit trying to push us into going to war with one country or another in every other segment on their network?

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