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  1. feverjr commented on Paul Szep 2 days ago

    Eisenhower warned us……

    “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.”

  2. feverjr commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 6 days ago

    In Dodge City that book had a whole different meaning.

  3. feverjr commented on Faces of the News by Kerry Waghorn 8 days ago

    Do you really believe if Herzog won there would be no Israel?

  4. feverjr commented on Paul Szep 8 days ago

    Church,
    Many of your quotes, not all but most, were after the Bush/Cheney sideshow of what turned out to be false intel. The yellow cake, Curveball, connections to 9/11 and Al Qaeda… all false. You can include Bibi’s, Saddam reference that he was working on a nuclear weapon, “no question whatsoever,” totally false. Hans Blix made an appeal to wait until the 250 inspectors could do their jobs. They had gone to 400 locations and they were finding nothing out of order but the invasion a month later sealed the deal.

    Concerning the Democrats fear mongering that the Republicans want to cut back on food stamps, Social Security, Medicare, choices of birth control and minority voting…. easy to make a good argument that there is some validity to those claims.

    When I replied to sw10mm after he backed up your fear mongering statement, what I was saying was that the nuclear threat from Iran was the same speech we heard in 2002 about Iraq. I was making the case that maybe it’s for some of the same reasons. That is, Saddam was able to sell some of his oil on the market for humanitarian reasons. Many suggested he was cheating. The sanctions on Iran, if they were lifted, would effect the price of oil. Some people would stop at nothing to prevent the price from dropping.

    I apologize for any confusion.

  5. feverjr commented on Paul Szep 8 days ago

    And Hans Blix on Feb. 14, 2003, briefing the UN Security Council said he had already destroyed one third of Saddam’s declared mustard gas, and that his team of 250 inspectors from 60 countries needed more time to complete inspections. Blix said that if Saddam had been more cooperative in 1991, the inspection would have not been necessary. There was no nuclear bomb making activities discovered before the war, or after.
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    My comments on fear mongering, concerned Iran, and the big oil interests to keep Iran out of the international oil trade. Any additional product on the market would potentially drop the price.

  6. feverjr commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 8 days ago

    “…and you still do, welcome to hell.”

  7. feverjr commented on Faces of the News by Kerry Waghorn 8 days ago

    The winner was big money and “disaster capitalism”, the loser was peace.

  8. feverjr commented on Matt Davies 8 days ago

    Having a Starbucks open in the area has a measurable effect on housing prices too.
    ……………..
    http://money.cnn.com/2015/03/04/real_estate/starbucks-home-values/

  9. feverjr commented on Paul Szep 8 days ago

    You could be right. If sanctions were taken off of Iran in a treaty deal, they would be able to sell their oil on the open market and prices would fall. Some are very fearful of lower gas prices.

  10. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 8 days ago

    Those replays, commentaries and commercials are not actual playing time.