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November 7, 2008
Week in review: Talks with Iran, Russia, Pakistan

Carla Robbins of The New York Times and Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations join Martin Savidge to discuss the week’s top stories, including the potential of communication with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, tough talk from Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Pakistan, which some are labeling the new administration’s top priority.

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Japan is a country bombed by nuclear power yet the USA alows them to have lots of nuclear power, so why try stoping Iran ? they have rights to generate power for their country. If 90 dollar a barrel oil lies are how the World deals with Iran then they have every right to power their country any way they can. Many good People died in Wars and Fighting communism and Now USA Capitolist, Corporations walk hand in hand with communism making the USA a communist Country, this I know because Capitolism thrives in Communism, look at the history of Communist Japan, Communist China, Communist Germany, Communist Russia, Communist Korea, there is a lot of Communism going on right now Using Capitolism, that makes the USA a Communist country, You can’t tell me the rail road Bums and the people of Communist China are not free to rome there country to seek work and a place to live, Capitolist Corporations dictate what Americans can do, hey Money is Freedom and I’m always broke and paying corporation, So the USA is a communist Country.

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