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"Major Breakthrough"

 

Is Bush only to get crap for problems and no reporting of progress?

 

 

Yes, it's called the liberal media at work.

 

 

Wait, now everyone believes that the US is making up the Iranians helping the Iraqi terrorists get weapons! They are going to say it is a false report even if our CIA uncovers it.

 

Like I've said, Bush is hardly a good President and really hurts himself being the worst public speaker among Presidents I've ever seen. However, the guy has very good intentions for this country and for the future of this country.

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No, the crap he's getting is that this is the same exact thing for which you railed against Clinton. Absolutely no difference.

 

Except that they have to dismantle their equipment rather than just deactivate it, and inspectors have to be in country the entire term of the agreement, and China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea are on board as well instead of just leaving it to the United States to hold the bag.

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"Major Breakthrough"

 

Is Bush only to get crap for problems and no reporting of progress?

 

 

Yes, it's called the liberal media at work.

 

 

Wait, now everyone believes that the US is making up the Iranians helping the Iraqi terrorists get weapons! They are going to say it is a false report even if our CIA uncovers it

 

In all fairness to, like, everyone in the country, but the CIA uncovered Saddam's mobile weapon's units, and his WMD's, so forgive (again) everyone if they are a little skeptical of this administration's intentions.

 

WMM03, it was the lead news on ABC WNT on Monday.

 

 

good to hear....I don't watch those stations anymore. They are far too biased- especially their anchors.

 

So what do you watch for some unbiased reporting?

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This is what DPRK wanted all along. The nukes were a bargaining chip, and wisely so. A diplomatic agreement where they get something in return for the dismantling of the weapons seems like the best scenario right now. Its been criticized by conservatives as an incentive for nations with nuclear ambitions to continue production. What is missed in that criticism is that Iran is creating them for different reasons than the DPRK was, Iran wants to use them to wipe out Israel, DPRK was/is strengthening their global bargaining position.

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This is what DPRK wanted all along. The nukes were a bargaining chip, and wisely so. A diplomatic agreement where they get something in return for the dismantling of the weapons seems like the best scenario right now. Its been criticized by conservatives as an incentive for nations with nuclear ambitions to continue production. What is missed in that criticism is that Iran is creating them for different reasons than the DPRK was, Iran wants to use them to wipe out Israel, DPRK was/is strengthening their global bargaining position.

 

No all they are getting so far is what they had before they started screwing around. The difference here, is that the Bush Administration isn't going to consider this a done deal, so it is a worse deal than the the DPRK had already.

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