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How about a trade deal where the other country buys goods from us?
No "freebies" to Iran? What does he call the drone he gave them?
Netanyahu is only making things worse. He needs to stop meddling in our election year politics. His aggressive attitude could also start a war with Iran, which would be bad for both Israel and the US and cause our already high gas prices to go through the roof. It would be nice if the Israeli people would vote this guy out of office AGAIN so that we could have a reasonable partner who understands issues beyond his own ego.
Obama has run out of freebies since we are now broke.
Well, at least not yet. Let's wait until after the election. We will be surrendering.
If Israel wants to take on Iran, then they should. They should quit whispering in Obama's ear for us to take on yet another multi-billion dollar war. Going forward, we should NOT send our beautiful sons and daughters into harm's way, putting boots on the ground in every turd country that hates our guts. Peace through superior air-delivered fire power, IF conflict is absolutely necessary. Turns 10-12 years into a few minutes.
symmantics. Israel rightfully complains because they are on the business end of rockets fired into their territory, and Obama defends his milk-toast strategy with rhetoric. Personally I think Obama is correct in much of his strategy as another land war in the middle east with Iran would be too much at this time. unfortunately he is defensive, inexperienced and in campaign mode (when is he not in campaign mode?). This isn't news.
Good one Plecks!
Actually no freebies for Iran now but like he told the Russians, President Obama will have more freedom in his second term.
Did Obama whisper again that he'll have more flexibility after the election? Of course he promised freebies to Iran. Whether healthcare, Wall Street bailouts or green energy grants, freebies is the only tool in his repertoire.
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