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Originally posted by Taiyed
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
The dunce cap is made out of a global map.
Since Romney thinks Iran only has access to the Sea through Syria, I think it is quite fitting.
Romney’s foreign policy record is extraordinarily lack-luster; America needs to work in specifics, not generalities. We cannot trust his heavy hand in dealing with nuances of international diplomacy.
30 Reasons is a 30-day email and internet poster campaign encouraging voters to re-elect President Barack Obama. The first round of 30 Reasons debuted four years ago to great success. By election day in 2008, the website had over 100,000 views, and we emailed posters to hundreds of thousands more. But, better than that, President Obama won! (Okay, I guess we can’t take all of the credit.)
And now that we’re facing a crucial election again, we’ve revived 30 Reasons and asked 30 talented artists and designers to each create one poster describing their reason to reelect President Obama. In another year when the direction of this country seems so fragile, we are hoping that we can contribute with design in some measure. We all have the ability to speak up, to stand up, to impact the course of this country.
The oil ministers of Iran, Iraq and Syria have agreed on the construction of a 5,000-km pipeline, which is designed to transport Iranian natural gas westwards. The project will compete against the European Nabucco project.
The pipeline is to transport gas extracted at Iran’s South Pars gas field through territories of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, and further across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. The project, with an estimated cost of $10 billion, will take three to five years to complete, officials say.
The pipeline will have the maximum discharge of 110 million cubic meters of gas daily. Iraq says it will be buying between 10 and 15 million cubic meters of that amount until at least 2020. Syria wants 15 to 20 million cubic meters and Lebanon is to claim five to seven million cubic meters. The rest is to be sold to European consumers, the Middle-Eastern partners hope.
Originally posted by MDDoxs
Wow when did the presidential election turn into a school yard, naming calling competition?.
Reminds me of when I drew silly pictures of my grade school teachers.
Does this stuff actually work?
If genuine, it represents a low point in American politics...edit on 26-10-2012 by MDDoxs because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by badgerprints
That is a scary and deeply disturbing thought. It really is and on many levels. Over 618,000 Americans died fighting each other the last time our nation found itself with differences it could no longer settle peacefully. That was using muskets and grapeshot cannons. I suppose we'd need a 7th or even 8th place for the numbers this time around.