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Submitted by REX (United States), Oct 12, 2011 at 12:43

The arms for Iran in exchange for Iran releasing the hostages until after the election, thus sweeping Ronald Reagan into office is an interesting story. One wonders why we would give an enemy military equipment. The story makes sense. One wonders why the US newscasters hid Obama's shady past with anti-Semites before the election.

Even now with the attempted assassination of the Saudi ambassador, Obama's staff is saying its not an act of war. Obama is blocking Israel from taking action against Iran's nuclear sites and the US newscasters are helping Obama in his/their actions.

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