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Summer 2014

America's Global Withdrawal

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Ahmadinejad is no different than Al Qaeda..would we allow him to speak at U.N.?

Reader comment on: Stop Giving Iran a Free Pass to the UN

Submitted by Dorothy Wachsstock (United States), Sep 22, 2010 15:59

How many democratic countrys in the U.N.? Why do we need to give those other countrys any money at all if they do not run their countrys as we do....as a democracy?

If we are a democracy..why give these dictators money to spend on themselves so they can live like Kings and batter their people in poverty? There is evidence the money does not go to the people but to the dictators.

We now are giving them money for stoves. Do we know they will spend it on stoves instead of another castle or a trip to Paris? No oversight or is that one also paid off? If you do the same thing over and over again you get the same result. How many taxpayers will pay for all of the money we give to dictators to keep for themselves and not do what it was supposed to do for their people?

It is.time to build the products in this country..not give any money to the dictator and no more oil for food corrupt agency for the head to get away with it.

Everyone knows that kofi Annan and his son should be in jail but we don't do that to people who are not americans or the same color, do we?

Scandals come and go and white people are to blame says our current Pres. Obama in order to get the votes from the minority community.


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