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Nader has a point, as usual. but, i was just listening to Washington Week tonight, and one of the journalists pointed out that, Warren Buffett's plaint about fairness notwithstanding (btw, the Treasury happily accepts voluntary donations from him or any other taxpayer), there aren't enough rich people to be able to tax only them sufficiently to extricate ourselves from the spending spree that both parties are on.
Taher, I support Israels RESISTANCE against genocidal Islamofascism.
Simply put, if Israel were "the problem", then Muslims would be living in true peace with their non-Israeli neighbors all over the World?
Is that the case?
See 7/7/05 London, Mumbai India, Bali, Madrid, Saddams use of WMD on the Kurds of Halabja Iraq, the death fatwas against writers of fiction like Salman Rushdie, cartoonists, film makers, apostates, hijacking cruise ships, current day slavery in Sudan, current day piracy on the high seas, honor killings, FGM,...
Happy New Year for all good people.
A NAKBA New Year for al qada, taliban, hamass, hezbollah...
No, Nadar dose not supports the goals of Hamas, Hezbollah and the Iranian regime. Rather he supports Israel’s concentration camp in Gaza, America's total war on the world, and rape of the world by US corperations.And certainly more and more poverty here at home.Happy New Year.
Brian, I've listened to you for years and my sense is that your two toughest interviews are with Hitchens and Nader (no order).
How to ask a question, much less question a response, in the midst of such ego.
You did well with Nader this time around. It can't be easy.
Best of the New Year to you and yoursGeoff
Does Mr. Nader support the goals of Hamas, Hezbollah and the Iranian regime?
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