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Who came out ahead in the nuclear deal brokered with Iran?

  1. Iran
  2. The world
  3. Neither
 
 
 
 
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takkak

Nov-28-13 1:24 AM

The real ones who come out ahead are the Republicans when they clean house in 2014, thanks to these pandering token "deals".

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centerfield

Nov-28-13 8:32 AM

We can all be thankful the Republicans are not in charge or we would be getting ready to help Israel invade Iran and more troops would be sent to the middle east. Listen to the rhetoric of the Repubs on this. Let me see, if Republicans were in charge, we would have troops in Syria too with a few left in Libya. Republicans never met a war that they did not like.

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centerfield

Nov-28-13 8:33 AM

Oh, let me preface the Republican war theory: Never met a war they do not like as long as their kids and family members don't have to fight.

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JackAaah

Nov-28-13 8:46 AM

I know I can feel we can blame those Republicans once again....when Iran, or one of these rogue, axis of evil countries, does drop The Bomb on another country. Thank god our Democrat Party does have the Republicans for that favor....

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Peeweepeterson

Nov-28-13 10:31 AM

hmmm, calling him a muslim lover. Ok? whats wrong with liking a muslim? Its always the republicans who are racist. Shows why your party is in the tank. When he first ran republicans were calling him a Christan Extremist. Since that didn't stick we'll try muslim lover. Oh how you fools keep me entertained.

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Peeweepeterson

Nov-28-13 10:36 AM

JackAaah you're living in fear! The Republicans have gotten you to live in fear, fear!

How many nuclear bombs have been dropped on people? 2. How many countries have done this? 1. What country? USA.

9 countries have the bomb. Only 1 has dropped it. You should fear the country you're living in, not the others.

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takkak

Nov-28-13 10:54 AM

Happy Thanksgiving.

Vote NO.

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locomotive

Nov-28-13 1:04 PM

Slight apologies for the slight edits, willgrr...

"Let's face it...you should have accepted the fact that G.W. Bush was your President...if you didn't like him, it's because (of) the propaganda the radical left has spent millions on trying to destroy his character and denigrate his authority" even after his presidency ended five years ago.

I realize it will be impossible for willgrr to acknowledge his role in helping to destroy former Pres. Bush. Why? Because Pres. Bush was a Republican (reason enough for willgrr to totally despise him, based on his postings) and because willgrr's a member of the radical left, only interested in promoting a president who embraces the left's ideals.

Pres. Bush made mistakes, but to the radical lefties, he's evil incarnate or something right next to it.

Both presidents are human beings and not worth total adulation or total character assassination, no matter how much we agree or disagree with their policies.

Family values? How does one

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locomotive

Nov-28-13 1:08 PM

Family values? How does one equate an "abortion on demand" policy with that?

We know well how lefties have denigrated any and all Republicans back to Reagan and beyond. Some lefties have even gone further than typical boilerplate rhetoric.

So, I'm wondering...do all lefties feel as willgrr that Pres. Obama has done no wrong? That he hasn't made any mistakes? That he's never misspoken? That he hasn't tried to walk back statements?

If he has done any of those things, that proves Pres. Obama is human, in spite of the heaps of adulation he's received from his supporters.

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locomotive

Nov-28-13 1:43 PM

Yes, I'm comparing the two. Why do you feel there is no comparison, willgrr?

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MarkHighwater

Nov-28-13 4:41 PM

BUSH/CHENEY 2016

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centerfield

Nov-28-13 5:52 PM

Loco, it is called the history of the Republican party right back to Reagan. You can run, but you cannot hide from the facts of your party's activities. Economically, history proves that Republicans know nothing about progress but lots about recessions. You need to get away from your right wing history book. The pages are blank and you just make it up.

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centerfield

Nov-28-13 5:56 PM

Obviously, landslope, you know nothing about dealing with the world. Do you know why the Russians were involved in the first place? Absolutely not. It is called diplomacy and moving the chess pieces to avoid war, something REpublicans don't know a thing about. Never met a war they did not like--Republicans.

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-28-13 7:30 PM

I for one am pleased that we a making progress with Iran. The bigger prize for the US is to cut ties with the terror state of Israel. Israel has been a thorn in our side since 1948. Just ask the crew of the USS Liberty in 1967.

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centerfield

Nov-28-13 8:03 PM

RR,that is no way to talk about the biggest welfare state in the country. They have never met a treaty or agreement they could not violate. Reminds me of the US and the Native Americans back in the day.

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MarkHighwater

Nov-28-13 9:26 PM

BUSH/CHENEY 2020

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-29-13 12:06 AM

The only reason the Faux Newz Channel viewers are complaining is because the Israeli lobbyists are paying the Faux Newz Channel to whine about this development with Iran. If you are a whiney Faux Newz Channel viewer, you been duped, hoodwinked, and bamboozled. Turn off your television!!

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centerfield

Nov-29-13 11:43 AM

Well, the wild right wing- Rush, Fox and landscape perceive the President as weak but the world leaders don't share that view. Libya done- Syria done- Iran done. and no wars... The anti-Republican theme... no wars????? World leaders hated Bush but they respect a leader who can solve world crisis' without wars.

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locomotive

Nov-29-13 3:31 PM

"...to potentially 9-11 itself, Israel's game is to frame Arabs and set them up as targets for the United States."

Really, willgrr?

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centerfield

Nov-29-13 5:10 PM

Actually, you really, really don't understand anything but your Drudge report, Rush, and Fox reports. The biggest security threat to the US over the years has been Israel. We don't need to follow their lead and especially Netanyahoooooooo. Israel has intentionally broken more pacts and agreements to stand in the way of peace than most other countries. These foreign countries you reference have not been favorable for many years to the US and if you look up the views of the past administration you would find a disregard of anything that the Bush administration did. But, now, they know who is keeping the world safe instead of threatening it all the time. So, the British newspaper does not like the leaders being listened too. Oh, and our security should be in second place to theirs. Not in this lifetime.

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centerfield

Nov-29-13 5:19 PM

As long as you are here, what was your answer/apology for the false report on AIDS that you posted? Will we wait long for your sources to apologize? As to the Iranian agreement, what is your solution? The Republican way, and let Israel lead us to war? As to Syria, you still don't know anything. Russia has a vested interest and it did not want to lose it. Syria was beholding to Russia and so why not use them to avoid war/conflict. Oh, that is not the Republican way, is it? As much are the right wing tries to hide it, the world is a safer place with the way these issues were handled. Now, we could be back in the era of lies and falsehoods to start another conflict. Your Republican leadership suggests we could go to war again. Kill more US soldiers and feed the war machines and the war corporations. The Republican way.

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centerfield

Nov-29-13 8:09 PM

Actually, landswap, you really don't know anything about foreign policy or wars. George Bush Sr. did not go to Bagdahd because there was no exit plan. He warned his own son not to go in. But, the liar went in anyway. So, we had no exit plan and you cannot just pull out. There are many reasons that you won't get off your sources, drudge/rush, nor will you understand. This liars war is all on the Republicans from start to finish. You just have your head tucked too far up to get it.

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locomotive

Nov-29-13 10:21 PM

Charming as always, willvomit.

With your posted word "potentially," are you saying that we should blame Israel for the events of 9/11?

And if that's what you truly believe, why stop at the word "potentially?"

Tell us what you REALLY think, willgrr...

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centerfield

Nov-29-13 11:21 PM

Well, mudslide, you still don't know anything about the wars or the middle east conflict. You are too busy pretending and then waving the flag like that will protect your lies. The congress was given the information by Bush/Cheney so, it still comes back to the liars war. You may visit graves, etc, but you are not member of the American Legion. Blowgut. Oh, and one more thing, dugout, they did start both wars. Where were you, hiding under the bed?

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EarlyBird

Nov-30-13 7:24 AM

Who the heck knows what those shysters talked about. I'm thinking birds of a feather flock together and we better get ready for gas prices to shoot through the roof. I'll bet when POTUS is done with energy policy we will be paying five dollars a gallon or more for gas.

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