Why are we afraid to let Ahmadinejad speak at Columbia?

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  1. LiveFromThe781

    LiveFromThe781 Don Of The Den

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    nvm, yes he did
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  2. Offbeat

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    its not were afriad its just hes our enemy and we dont like him in our country
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  3. menaz

    menaz Avant Garde

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    I agree.
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  4. Joro

    Joro New Member

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    Nothing. America's government is just mad Ahmadinejad isn't a puppet.
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  5. Joro

    Joro New Member

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    This "they hate our freedom" talk has always been overblown. (Yes, in a theocracy, American decadence is off-putting. But an American christian evangelist would tell you the same thing.)

    For the better part of the twentieth century America's been intruding into Iran's political affairs and that (along with America's unflinching support of Israel) is why Iran and America can't see eye to eye.

    And you know that if Iran really opened up its supply of petroleum and pistachios to American companies Bush would love them like he loves Saudi Arabia.
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  6. Offbeat

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    yeah we'll, he's not giving us oil.

    so he gets to take the fall.
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  7. Yahunyahti

    Yahunyahti New Member

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    Rich, you're a moron. It's not just about oil. Do you really believe the U.S. Government spent Trillions of dollars to save Billions in oil?
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  8. LiveFromThe781

    LiveFromThe781 Don Of The Den

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    i think they spent trillions so they can bomb the shit out of countries that have oil, and whatever country wants to say something about it.
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  9. Joro

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    Who pays for wars? The tax-payer.

    Who gets rich off oil profits? The tax-payer? No, silly...oil companies.
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  10. Cedric

    Cedric or otherwise Ced

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    Too many open intangibles. Though he leads a country that’s outside of NATO, this is also a country that’s in the heat of the Mid-East crisis w/ no assets provided towards us and eyes watching us, so of course he’s already not welcome, and vice-versa. Ahmadinejad can’t provide many solid facts when in a chess-match (debate) against our stronger pieces (politicians). When listening to most of his broadcasts, most of his statements are broad and metaphorical. It doesn’t take much probing to counter his validities.
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  11. Steve Schade

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    Yeah, because everyone's followed the nuclear nonproliferation treaty [pus]

    What a joke
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  12. Yahunyahti

    Yahunyahti New Member

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    "Just keep shopping." - President Bush (2 days after the towers collapsed)
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