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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    That's funny, the supporters of a terrorist group are not the enemy, and an ally is. Go figure.
    Pakistan is our ally in the same way that an ex-wife is a friend.
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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

    The problem with sanctions, is they do as much harm as good, will Iran suffer some from the existing sanctions? Sure they will, but who will suffer more? The people being hit the hardest is the people of Iran not the leaders, and it’s because of that reason that most sanctions fail in the end.

    The very sanctions meant to topple governments rarely work, because it first weakens the people of that country, forcing them into poverty that the government controlled media then blames on the sanctions.
    Now I’ve heard it said here many times, we create more terrorist every time we kill innocent people in a drone attack, what are we doing when people have to sit by and watch their son or daughter starve to death, and hear over and over in the media that it’s all America’s fault ???

    Sanctions seldom work, and even when they do have limited success, they are just a stalling tactic, as soon as a country agrees to something to get sanctions lifted … they wait a couple of years ….. Then begin again, and once again sanctions are placed against them. It’s nothing more then a game and never do you have a winner or a loser.

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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Pakistan is our ally in the same way that an ex-wife is a friend.
    We have good allies and bad ones, nevertheless they are.
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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

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    Go tell that to Bin Laden.
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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    That's funny, the supporters of a terrorist group are not the enemy, and an ally is. Go figure.

    What the heck are these liberals thinking? The Pakistani people love us.

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    Re: Iran VP: We will break Obama's 'grasping hands'

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    Tell Me hay, what about the left wing hate ??? How is it different ?
    What are you referring to specifically?
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