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cruster Posted - 11/11/2013 7:53:40 PM | show profile | flag this post

52 Million, or 12 million

Yes, both have twos in them, indubitably. Although they are vastly different numbers.

And who is denying it? News outlets.

Oh but they are just carrying water, right?

Fluoridated water no doubt.

How egregious!

etaoin shrdlu Posted - 11/25/2013 9:47:25 AM | show profile | flag this post

A terrible day for right wingers....

U.S. and European allies, along with Russia and China have hammered out the first, 6 month, deal with Iran on dismantling its nuclear weapons program.

It make it impossible for Iran to restart weapons development without the whole world finding out.

Of course, the right wingers here will accuse this step toward a future free of a Mideast Arms Race as an attempt to detract from Obamacare and will no doubt fret over a pact between "The Axis of Evil" and "The Great Satan."

cruiser Posted - 11/25/2013 9:53:56 AM | show profile | flag this post

How stupid are you?

Iran...which has been singularly focused on building a nuclear weapon for years...would never have agreed to this if the possibility to "cheat"...or continue its development of a nuclear weapon...was foreclosed.

Bebe Netanyahu had it right...this was a dangerous mistake.

etaoin shrdlu Posted - 11/25/2013 10:00:11 AM | show profile | flag this post

Then maybe you should move...

to Israel, cruzo.

Care to tell us how Iran can cheat under the terms of this agreement? It exposes any attempts to move ahead on a weapons program and it reinstates the sanctions if they do.

And what did you think those sanctions were there for in the first place if not to force negotiations?

cruiser Posted - 11/25/2013 10:19:36 AM | show profile | flag this post

It just boggles my mind that you...and your left wing fringe compatriots...are that gullible. Iran didn't scatter its facilities around the country in underground bunkers for the purpose of opening them up to inspectors.

While one or a few showpiece facilities will be available for inspection, the development will continue in the others and at the end of the six-month time period Iran will be six months closer to a nuclear weapon.

etaoin shrdlu Posted - 11/25/2013 10:26:27 AM | show profile | flag this post

If they don't live up to the pact...

the sanctions go back into effect.

Again, what did you think the sanctions were for if not for forcing this kind of negotiation?

cruiser Posted - 11/25/2013 12:59:05 PM | show profile | flag this post

I know EXACTLY what they were for

and dropping or delaying them is a TERRIBLE idea.

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