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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 20.04.11 | 21:10 (IDT)

    Who the hell told Obama he could pass out $25 million of my tax dollars to these people when he doesn't even know whether they are pro-or anti-American. This dublicates his stupid attempt to arm Hezbollah with weapons laundered through the "Lebanese army", as ifthere was a difference. The US Congress moved quickly and sensibly to shut down this crazy Obama scheme, and supplying Libyans will also be shut down unless Obama provides answers as to who these people are. He has already spend more than a billion dollars on "Libyan rebels",including a $175 million F-15 Strike Eagle shot down, and no assurance the "rebels" are not committing the same atrocities against "enemy civilians" that Ghaddafi is - or that they are not supplying armstoother terrorist groups, as the US-supplied Tabiban did. Had Obama not dawdled for a week on air strikes, the ground war wouldn't be happening.

    from the article: U.S. moves to give Libya rebels $25m in non-military aid
    First published 17:49 20.04.11 | Last updated 17:49 20.04.11
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