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Hillary Stepping Up on Saudi Serpent

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Submitted by Singha (India), Oct 19, 2007 at 22:24

Your Expectations are high from Democrats. I personally dont think she would do that. I thought Mr. Clinton was close to totalitarian Chinese and to Islamists.

Even the Bushes have been close to the oil lobby. The conflict of interests is what prevented them from clearly perceiving the enemy and going after the Islamists.

Dismemberment of Saudia and Pakistan is in long term US interests.

Singha

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