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Originally posted by mr-lizard
Dick Cheyney has no authority to dictate human values of good or evil.
Considering he's as an intolerable, nasty, sly, snake-like deceiver.
The man should face war-crime charges, and has more blood on his hands than most people.
Horrible, foul person that he is.
Originally posted by undo
just curious if anyone has heard this lady and what the general concensus is on her information ? all i've seen so far, is her version of the events. anything else?
an interview with her
an article accompanying the interview
Originally posted by Animatrix
reply to post by Silcone Synapse
I thought they were all starving and food cost a daily wage in Egypt?
I dont know, if i were starving, I wouldnt be wearing that expensive food on my head.
Originally posted by Jakes51
"Bread and Circus," my friends "Bread and Circuses!"
Originally posted by JohhnyBGood
This thread is just a testimony to leftist groupthink - as a M.E dictator Mubarack has been a relatively good man and an ally of the US - he has kept his nation stable and free from war.
These same people denouncing Cheney and Mubarak - probably admire Mao, Castro, Che, Putin and Ahmadinejad.
Though the administration says it's not taking sides, Biden said in an interview aired Thursday that Mubarak has been a U.S. "ally" on "a number of things," praising him for being "very responsible" in normalizing Egypt's relationship with Israel and aiding in Middle East peace talks. "I would not refer to him as a dictator," Biden said on PBS' NewsHour. Read more: www.foxnews.com...