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  1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    12 Dec '15 01:50
    Iran is Already Violating Nuclear Deal

    Lawmakers are accusing Iran of violating the recent nuclear deal due to the Islamic Republic’s test firing of a ballistic missile, which is likely at odds with international agreements barring such activity.

    Anger on Capitol Hill is mounting following Iran’s ballistic missile test, with many also expressing frustration at the Obama administration for failing to condemn Iran or threaten repercussions for what they view as a clear violation of the nuclear accord and United Nations resolutions.

    “The ink isn’t even dry on President Obama’s nuclear agreement and Iran is already breaking rules,” Sen. David Perdue (R., Ga.) said on Thursday. “This should not come as a surprise to anyone since Iran has cheated on every deal.”

    “There is no doubt they will continue to ignore the international community and behave like a rogue nation even after President Obama’s dangerous deal is put in place,” Perdue said. “Americans expect our nation’s commander in chief to demand adherence to all international agreements, instead of allowing Iran to act aggressively without facing serious consequences.”

    Will Obama act or continue to put his head in the sand?

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/congressmen-iran-is-already-violating-nuclear-deal/
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    12 Dec '15 01:55
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    [b]Iran is Already Violating Nuclear Deal

    Lawmakers are accusing Iran of violating the recent nuclear deal due to the Islamic Republic’s test firing of a ballistic missile, which is likely at odds with international agreements barring such activity.

    Anger on Capitol Hill is mounting following Iran’s ballistic missile test, with many also expressin ...[text shortened]... ]

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/congressmen-iran-is-already-violating-nuclear-deal/[/b]
    I kinda thought that Iran was expected to break the deal so the US. would have the green light to attack them.
  3. Standard memberRJHinds
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    12 Dec '15 02:05
    Originally posted by joe beyser
    I kinda thought that Iran was expected to break the deal so the US. would have the green light to attack them.
    But Qbama is a Nobel Peace Prize winner. What about his legacy?
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    Originally posted by RJHinds
    But Qbama is a Nobel Peace Prize winner. What about his legacy?
    Hillary would have already been saying ( we came, we saw, and Assad died) if Putin hadn't thwarted Obamas plans. That would be a good thing to remember Obama by.
  5. Standard memberbill718
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    12 Dec '15 08:37
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    [b]Iran is Already Violating Nuclear Deal

    Lawmakers are accusing Iran of violating the recent nuclear deal due to the Islamic Republic’s test firing of a ballistic missile, which is likely at odds with international agreements barring such activity.

    Anger on Capitol Hill is mounting following Iran’s ballistic missile test, with many also expressin ...[text shortened]... ]

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/congressmen-iran-is-already-violating-nuclear-deal/[/b]
    No matter what Obama does, one thing is guaranteed: You won't like it. 😠
  6. Standard memberDeepThought
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    12 Dec '15 18:26
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    [b]Iran is Already Violating Nuclear Deal

    Lawmakers are accusing Iran of violating the recent nuclear deal due to the Islamic Republic’s test firing of a ballistic missile, which is likely at odds with international agreements barring such activity.

    Anger on Capitol Hill is mounting following Iran’s ballistic missile test, with many also expressin ...[text shortened]... ]

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/congressmen-iran-is-already-violating-nuclear-deal/[/b]
    If this is a test of the Khalij Fars missile then it is an anti-ship ballistic missile and normally armed with a 1,500 Lb conventional warhead. Testing anti-ship ballistic missiles might be a hostile move, but it is not a nuclear move.
  7. Standard memberfinnegan
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    12 Dec '15 23:111 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    [b]Iran is Already Violating Nuclear Deal

    Lawmakers are accusing Iran of violating the recent nuclear deal due to the Islamic Republic’s test firing of a ballistic missile, which is likely at odds with international agreements barring such activity.

    Anger on Capitol Hill is mounting following Iran’s ballistic missile test, with many also expressin ...[text shortened]... ]

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/congressmen-iran-is-already-violating-nuclear-deal/[/b]
    How delightful to find this site, the Washington Free beacon, with its stirring introduction on the About Us page:

    About Us
    “How stands the city on this winter night? More prosperous, more secure, and happier than it was eight years ago. But more than that: After 200 years, two centuries, she still stands strong and true on the granite ridge, and her glow has held steady no matter what storm. And she’s still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.”

    —Ronald Reagan, Farewell Address, January 11, 1989

    Yes indeed, America, that city on the hill, the beacon of freedom, the nation that destroyed secular democracy in Iran and supported instead the most disgusting regime on the planet in its time, until the Shah of Iran was overthrown by the Iranian people in the 1979 revolution, bringing in an islamic state which the people generally wanted at the time and most have supported ever since, for all its limitations, is now beaming messages of freedom under the guise of warmongering lies.

    Liberty is everything to the USA and will be imposed by force against the will of the people in any country the USA chooses to attack. Democracy on the other hand is not much loved. A curious way of using words but hey, #OnlyInAmerica lads.
  8. Subscribersonhouse
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    13 Dec '15 15:08
    Originally posted by bill718
    No matter what Obama does, one thing is guaranteed: You won't like it. 😠
    And THAT is a fact Jack.....
  9. Standard memberRJHinds
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    15 Dec '15 10:50
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    And THAT is a fact Jack.....
    We need to send nuclear carpet bombing over the region. That is a fact Jack. 😏
  10. Standard membershavixmir
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    I think a nuke on Washington DC will be best for the world.

    Get rid of the republican nightmare which has been arse-buggering the world the last 50 years.
  11. Standard memberRJHinds
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    15 Dec '15 11:51
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    I think a nuke on Washington DC will be best for the world.

    Get rid of the republican nightmare which has been arse-buggering the world the last 50 years.
    So you must be a Muslim terrorist sympathizer. 😏
  12. Subscribersonhouse
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    15 Dec '15 12:08
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    So you must be a Muslim terrorist sympathizer. 😏
    No, he is a realist. Your republican assshole buddies have ruined our economy time and time again. I think you may have remembered your hero Bush Jr wasting a couple of trillion on that stupid Iraq war, where his daddy knew not to invade because of the consequences we see now. So how did all that work out for ya, eh?
    No invade Iraq, NO ISIS. Period.
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    15 Dec '15 18:18
    Did I just read that the UN has stopped the Iran nuclear investigation because there's nothing there?

    Oh yes I did.
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    15 Dec '15 20:01
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Did I just read that the UN has stopped the Iran nuclear investigation because there's nothing there?

    Oh yes I did.
    If the US doesn't do anything Israel will.....
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    16 Dec '15 14:18
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    No, he is a realist. Your republican assshole buddies have ruined our economy time and time again. I think you may have remembered your hero Bush Jr wasting a couple of trillion on that stupid Iraq war, where his daddy knew not to invade because of the consequences we see now. So how did all that work out for ya, eh?
    No invade Iraq, NO ISIS. Period.
    ISIS is just a renamed and re appropriated group that the US created before invading IRAQ. I do not think one political party is more responsible than another. Where are the congressional hearings for the attacks on sovereign nations by using terrorists as the excuse to attack one nation and arming them to attack another nation? You are right to be critical of Bush Jr. His daddy is no better and Grandpa Bush was involved in capitalizing on Nazi death camp labor. No mention of this by the Democrats during any of the presidential campaigns. Both parties are equally filthy.
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