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Obama may yet be a genius

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Submitted by Stas (Russia), Feb 25, 2014 at 03:16

And the funniest news is that Saudi Arabia is now petitioning Obama to intervene in Syria before they have to run for the hills with the Shia takeover! What has it come to when the world's policeman has to be pushed and prodded into position to defend the nations who have been relying on it to 'do the right thing' for decades. Actually it may turn out to be that Obama was a genius...

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Daniel Pipes replies:

I wrote something along these lines athttp://www.danielpipes.org/13720/saudis-iran-obama

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