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Financial Crisis Drains Oil Rich States

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Jan 28, 2009 12:05

I have to say "What goes around comes around. How can any nation be prosperous, when their strategy is based on a violent religion. Doesn't a nation survive by the attitudes, leadership, construtive ideas, and harmony between its peoples and its leaders? These Oil rich nations have taken for granted their wealth, and they have not invested in technology, and education, a willingness to work with other nations for peace, or their children's future. The United States has really been conserving on energy too, because of the high gasoline prices, which are now going down.

The people of each nation should control the direction it takes, and those ideals should be for peace, and prosperity for all people, fairness to other nations, the right to exist in freedom. The mind set of the arab nations hasn't changed in thousands of years. They still appear to be barbarians, controlled by Radical Islam.


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⇒ Financial Crisis Drains Oil Rich States [151 words]

Debbie 

Jan 28, 2009 12:05

ironic [209 words]

Samuel 

Jan 25, 2009 05:28

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