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From Cairo to Bismarck

johnm h Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 1:00 PM
Which Arab country has avoided dictatorship, ever? Which Persian leader has been democratic? So you are saying that because we work with governments in power to bribe them to do things we think are in our interest we are responsible to the people for the fact that their governments are authoritarian. So if we just break relations they'll become democratic or the people wont blame us; like Iran where we haven't had an embassy or good relations since the 70s. These are the kinds of things that repetition in the liberal press influence people who should know better.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 6:35 PM
thers only 1 "ARAB" country dolt
johnm h Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 8:18 PM
Actually there are 22 members of the Arab league, they speak Arabic, are Islamic and are considered Arabic but are largely decedents of Arab conquests and various pre Arab mixes, all of which were largely of the same races or mix of races. Of course only one is called Saudi Arabia. Are you pulling my leg or did you actually insult me because you don't know any better?

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The assaults on American embassies in Cairo, Egypt, and Benghazi, Libya, killing four Americans (and largely unreported, eight Libyans, too) including the U.S. ambassador, occurred on the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks. Mysteriously, the story didn’t make the front page of either the New York Times or the Washington Post.

But Scott Wilson’s analysis of the story did hit the front page, in yesterday’s Post:...