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  •  What is your position on Saudi Arabia? (0+ / 0-)

    Their citizens attacked our country. They princes are supporting massive terrorists campaigns throughout the Middle East.

    Wanna match Sunni car bomb deaths sponsored by Saudi vs. Iranian terrorists acts? Hardly a day goes by that Saudi car bomb doesn't go off in Iraq. The Islamic forces use the car bomb to start assaults in Syria.

    That is how they took over the Christian village of Ma'lulah and kidnapped the 12 nuns. Something our Western media that never covers unless it fits their agenda. Which is why you can go on a tirade about Iranian 'terrorism' but the only thing you have is a 30 year old attack against foreign troops. Yes, the people that attacked our marine barracks were attacking foreign troops. Hizballah was not yet formed, but folks that would later become members most assuredly participated. But attacking foreign troops brought in to support a fascist government is not terrorism. Sure, it is easy to say in the states, but if someone sent troops to the U.S. to impose Sen Paul as president, I'll be the first to attack said troops. Does that make me a terrorist?

    Our media not just ignored the Sunni terrorists in Syria, they mocked it. Sen McCain met with them and said they were good people. Now he is bashing Obama for not doing enough to stop them because they happen to get so big they not only took over Ar Raqqah in Syria (for which McCain said nothing), but retook Fallujah and Ar Ramadi.

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