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We can’t buy peace in Iraq

June 23, 2013

Americans poured billions of dollars into rebuilding Iraq’s economy and infrastructure after our military toppled Saddam Hussein from power. The result has not been satisfactor....

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Jun-24-13 5:07 PM

Now, Shadow, everyone knows that we shouldn't blame "W" and his band of Neocons for their past boo-boos.

Surely, it's all President Obama's fault.

I read it in The Journal, so it must be true.

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Jun-24-13 4:13 PM

Where were your editors when Bush lied us into that war and when billions were lost when republican were in charge over there .

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Jun-23-13 11:31 PM

Oil? Copper? Iron? NIckel?

Oil, you said!

Put another star on Old Glory and make Afghanistan the 51st state.

Imagine, a place crazier than Texas as part of the good ol' US of A.

I wonder, do they have gambling and strip clubs yet?

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Jun-23-13 11:30 AM

$63.8 million to Afghanistan's mining and energy industries if the Afghanistan government reimburse American taxpayers from mining and energy profits. This is a good idea. Except from news source from China have stated that there government has already paid the Afghanis’ tribal leaders $380 million for those rights. China has already opened a larger copper mine with a rail link to China. Just goes to show money can buy friends if you know who your friends are. For those readers who do not know Afghanistan has the world largest untapped supply of Iron, copper, nickel and it’s estimated the world’s second largest untapped oil supply.

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