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Same childish grade school insults I expect to see whenever people like you can't face the truth....
Where was the outrage when we sold out the middle class to China ? I could have accepted a FTA with Canada and Mexico. But that is where it ( should ) have stopped. "When I took office, America had free trade agreements in force with only three countries, none of them in Asia. Today we have agreements in force with 14 countries." -George W. Bush Aug. 7, 2008
I didn't see anyone whine when relation's were normalized with Russia. Nor did I see any conservatives cry when we essentially gave our manufacturing base ( including our steel industry ) to China under the last administration. But hey... We get it... You fear the commies on the little island known as Cuba more than you do China or Russia. BTW, sanctions haven't been relaxed on Iran. They have been increased under this president. In a effort to continue the P5+1 negotiations with Iran over their nuclear program. Negotiations which began in 2006. Now would you care to touch on the last administration removing N. Korea from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism in a lame attempt to bring them to the table over their nuclear weapons program ? Or do you want to keep spinning history to fit your false rhetoric ? Now as far as the president's own position on going to the movies. He's stated - "We'll be vigilant, if we see something that we think is serious and credible, then we'll alert the public. But for now, my recommendation would be that people go to the movies."
You should tell one of your poo jokes. Those are a real big hit with the 5 and 6 year olds.
Damn straight... Only republican presidents should be allowed to take vacations. Or be flown to their ranch to cut brush. If that sounds hypocritical. It's because it is hypocritical.
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Democrats' Wasteful Torture Report

dosborne Wrote: Dec 17, 2014 1:31 PM
Calling it the democrats torture report is simply not true. The bi-partisan Senate Intelligence Committee voted 14 to 1 to open the investigation into the CIA's detention and interrogation program after it was revealed that the CIA destroyed almost 100 video recordings of interrogations. If you want a prime example of the lethal disease that has infected this country. Look no further than the blind partisanship in this article. And look no further than the 8 investigations into Benghazi.
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America Can Shred Iran. Why Not?

dosborne Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 2:36 PM
Executive orders pertaining to Iran. ( under Obama ) Authorizing additional sanctions: EO 13622 Blocking property and suspending entry into the U.S. of certain persons with respect to grave human rights abuses by the Governments of Iran and Syria via information technology: EO 13606 Blocking property of certain persons with respect to serious human rights abuses by the Government of Iran: EO 13553 Blocking property of the Government of Iran and Iranian financial institutions: EO 13599 Implementation of certain sanctions set forth in the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996, as amended; authorization: EO 13574 Implementation of certain sanctions set forth in the Iran Freedom and Counter-Proliferation Act of 2012 and additional sanctions with respect to Iran; authorization: EO 13645 Implementation of certain sanctions set forth in the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 and additional sanctions with respect to Iran; authorization: EO 13628 Petrochemical sectors, goods, services, technology, or support; imposition of sanctions: EO 13590 Prohibiting certain transactions with and suspending entry into the U.S. of foreign sanctions evaders with respect to Iran and Syria: EO 13608
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America Can Shred Iran. Why Not?

dosborne Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 2:35 PM
June 2010 - Sanctions targeting Iran’s energy and banking sectors. Penalties are instated for firms that supply Iran with refined petroleum products worth over a certain amount. May 2011 - US blacklists the 21st Iranian state bank, the Bank of Industry and Mines, for transactions with previously banned institutions. August 2010 - EU prohibits the creation of joint ventures with enterprises in Iran engaged in oil and natural gas industries, as well as the import and export of arms and equipment related to nuclear activities. The sale, supply, and transfer of equipment and technology used for natural gas production is also banned. November 2011 - The US, UK and Canada announce bilateral sanctions on Iran. While the US expands sanctions to companies that aid Iran’s oil and petrochemical industrials, the UK mandates all British financial institutions stop doing business with Iranian counterparts. January 2012 - US imposes sanctions on Iran's central bank, the main clearing-house for its oil export profits. Iranian in turn threatens close off the transport of oil through the Strait of Hormuz. The European Union announces an oil embargo on Iran unless it curtails its nuclear programme. June 2012 - US bans the world’s banks from completing oil transactions with Iran, and exempts seven major customers - India, South Korea, Malaysia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Turkey from economic sanctions in return for their cutting imports of Iranian oil. July 2012 - EU ban of Iranian oil exports takes effect. October 2012 - Iran's rial currency falls to a new record low against the US dollar, having lost about losing 80 per cent of its value since 2011, which many economists peg as the result of international sanctions.
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America Can Shred Iran. Why Not?

dosborne Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 2:16 PM
Well it's true... Israel didn't sign the NPT, and barely are willing to acknowledge they have any nuclear weapons. And the last time I checked. Nobody had access to their nuclear facilities. Shouldn't the rules be the same for all players ?
So what..... Anyone ( that has a heart ) would be upset and probably mad as hell if their child was shot and killed. If it helps them in their grieving process to sue the manufacturer of the AR-15. I say let them do it.... It's a free country.
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