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Posted in: Obama's travel draws usual gripes See in context

Haha, talk about inequality. Its was Ragan's festering trickle down economic brew that spoke directly to the inequalities inherent in the conservatives's economic policies. The fools notion that rich people will eventually allow dispersion of their well through the carefully propagated farcical trickle down system is a fools game. It just does not happen! The end result will always be the creation of an army of working poor unable to afford the basics in life. It is for those same reasons why the minimum wage under the conservatives have quantitatively remain the same, and the average worker no matter how hard they try remain locked in a spiral of poverty while the guy at the top grows ever richer. Now they have the nerve to even talk about the president's travel plan. It seems to me if we are going to discuss fairness then those conservative policies and its effects should assume preeminence over a trip to New York. How do they expect the President to get there, take the Bus and sit in the back.

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Posted in: Russia, China seek greater international clout See in context

What are they planning? New and more innovative ways to further undermine the will of their people. More inventive ways to crush decent and guarantee that only their views are heard. When these regimes speak of world peace and individual prosperity we know what that means. That the peace will be kept on the basis of helicopter gunships, armored personnel carriers and the imprisonment of entrepreneurs whose plan clashes with the regime's agenda.

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Posted in: Obama's travel draws usual gripes See in context

500k per year is a very small income to run the country. Think about how much he could have earned on Wall Street. And here they are grumbling about a trip the man took to New York in aid of promoting greater closeness and romance with your partner. Its all a storm in a teacup. The Republicans are just looking for a cause. The man is cool and deserving of the job. Its the return of intellectualism to politics which for at least the last 8 years had been missing from the office of the Presidency.

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Posted in: Stretch See in context

Go Aussies go!!

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Posted in: Obama announces U.S. combat in Iraq to end by Aug 31, 2010 See in context

Yap! its time get the hell out of there

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Posted in: Paris Hilton See in context

Paris Hilton, I just love that girl

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Posted in: Obama warns of trade wars from 'Buy American' stimulus provision See in context

Obama's comments are very smart. A trade war based on old ideas would be further pain for the world. This notion about buy American is ridiculous. It should be buy what you can afford, and if the foreign made product is quality and offers a better deal then the choice is easy.

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Posted in: Obama must apologize for U.S. crimes against Iran: Ahmadinejad See in context

apologize!!!! hahaHAHA

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Posted in: Hamas declares victory in rallies across Gaza See in context

22000 buildings destroyed 1300 killed. Israel will be remembered not for what it can destroy but more for what it builds

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Posted in: Australian gets 3 years in jail for insulting Thai monarchy See in context

This is just stupid, it makes the Thai people and its government appear backward. The imprisonment of ideas is well and alive in Thailand.

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Posted in: 79-year-old man strangled by wife after argument See in context

This woman possibly suffered years of abuse, she simply had enough

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Posted in: Obama ready to ban waterboarding, other interrogation techniques See in context

bebert: who did they place the order with? My guess is its with those guards over there at Gitmo, who are well stocked and now want to off load stuff. They have to clear out the dungeons for the incoming Obama administration whom i suspect is going take all their asses to task on this matter.

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Posted in: Iraqi guards throw party for shoe-thrower See in context

This shoe thrower is a total moron and deserves everything he gets. Imagine being there as a journalist and then to use the occasion to vent some personal feelings in such a dramatic way.

He is obviously a crappy journalist lacking the ability to use the pen as a way of expressing himself. If he had hoped to gain any fame then he has certainly done so as an international idiot now facing some serous jail time.

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Posted in: Iraqi guards throw party for shoe-thrower See in context

Seems to me the shoe throwing should be more directed at Al Qaeda for the wave of suicide bombings that have killed thousands, the Sunnies and Shiites who simply cant get along thus fanning the cycle of violence.

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Posted in: Israeli pounds Hamas as ceasefire vote looms See in context

Israel running out of women and children targets

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Posted in: Israel tells Gazans to brace for war escalation See in context

yawn!!!

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Posted in: Obama vows no torture in war against terrorism See in context

The Gitmo posting for some soldiers was regarded as a vacation. A place for the most sadistic in the US military to put their sociopathic tendencies into practice. These are the soldiers who are destine to eventually commit some heinous crime on the mainland. The kind that the media describe as having been a good soldier but is at a lost as to why he killed his entire family and the neighbor he hardly new.

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Posted in: 5 Somali pirates drown with ransom share See in context

How the hell do they know if anyone really drowned? The media do not have a clue about whats really going on in that region.

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Posted in: Tokyo Auto Salon See in context

They look a little old for models. I don't mind the cheap tram look though

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Posted in: U.N. envoy: More nations must take Guantanamo inmates See in context

Australia has been asked to take some of these prisoners and I am sure they will not take any unless they are Australian citizens.

The problem all along has been the arrogance of US foreign policy. All these countries that they are asking to accept these prisoners were essentially against that kind of interment in the first place. The Bristish and the Australians were against the whole Gitmo interment, and were consistently asking the US to either have trials or release these men.

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Posted in: Israel says incursion will continue until Hamas rocket fire ceases See in context

The problems in Gaza is similar to any situation where you have an oppressed group of people seeking to discard the yoke of oppression. It should be officially labeled an uprising, a desperate attempt to drive out the occupiers. This notion that Hamas started the war is ridiculous. A state of war has always existed between the two combatants, and only when Israel ends the occupation can any degree of normalcy return to Gaza.

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Posted in: Obama arrives in Washington for busy week See in context

Go Obama

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Posted in: Former President Bush touts son Jeb for top job See in context

haha Jed Bush hhhhhaaaaaaaaaa

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Posted in: Israel blasts Hamas targets See in context

Molenir: The question should be, how long should the Palestinian people endure the disgrace and humiliation that is the occupation?

The Rockets are symptomatic of Palestinian suffering, the inevitable outcome of concentration camp style conditions, in which all control of their society, land, movement have been appropriated. If this is not apartheid then please tell me what this is?

And just imagine what would be happening today if the UN had granted Israel a homeland in the heart of Africa, a place that they had considered but changed at the last moment.

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Posted in: Israel blasts Hamas targets See in context

This is naked aggression by the Israelis. It is not about rocket fire but more about destroying Hamas and harassing the civilian population. Israel has targeted civilian infrastructure, for example schools, dept education, government buildings, hospitals etc.

What is laughable is that the Israeli army is telling the civilian population to stay out of the way. Where are they going to go to get out of the way. They are encircled, have no heating or electricity and is in pitch dark.

Israel will ultimately fail and Hamas will emerge stronger with broader support. Hamas is a grass roots movement that is essentially part and parcel of Palestinian life in Gaza. You cannot apply a military solution to address a grass root political movement.

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Posted in: Israel blasts Hamas targets See in context

SuperLib: The Palestinians live under a life of occupation. Their airspace, sea lanes and movement over land is heavily controlled. That to me is occupation and control. That has essentially been the condition before the rocket firing and will continue well after.

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Posted in: Israel blasts Hamas targets See in context

Israel is an occupying army,which is in control all movements in terms of land sea and air, and even control the movements of those who can leave the conflict area.

This has been the state of Gaza for as long as I can remember. Under these circumstances a state of war have always existed between Israel and the people of the Gaza strip.

There is 1.3 million people squeezed into a tiny area by the Israeli army. A state of siege have always existed especially when the material resources of a community is largely controlled by others.

This notion about a cease fire has been broken is ridiculous. The war did not start with the ending of the cease fire. The war against the Palestinian people has always been ongoing and the occupation is a testament to that fact.

The Palestinians have a right to defend themselves from an occupying army bent on undermining there ability to to achieve self determination. Palestinian rocket firing against the Israeli army is a stand against oppression, it is essentially a bold resistance to an occupying army.

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Posted in: Israel strikes Gaza in 2nd day of attacks; death toll tops 280 See in context

Wait! Israel says they are not in the business of assassinations. hahhahah

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Posted in: Israel strikes Gaza in 2nd day of attacks; death toll tops 280 See in context

The regime in Tel Aviv can not have it both ways. They want to continue the blockade and expect to have peace at the same time. The Gaza strip is reminiscent of the systematic isolation of the Warsar ghetto during the 2 World War.

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Posted in: Israel moves closer to Gaza invasion See in context

sailwind: We have always known that sovereignty especially in this case is purely a matter of perspective. The issue is never relevant during the appropriation and alienation process where Palestinian victims were being made every day. The right to confront tyranny is every man's duty even if your enemy is stronger and more connected.

Israel is simply a psychopathic bully who overreacts every time the victims gets a shot in. It pisses Israel off to know that after over 50 years of marginalization of the Palestinian people their will to fight back is still alive and growing in potency. An invasion of the West Bank will only serve to delay the fighting capacity of the victims and six or seven months later we will be back to the same impasse.

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