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    • Jeb
    • 07.11.07 | 21:04 (IST)

    I work in a grocery store. I own a gun and hunt, so does my boss. So does his boss. So does the owner of the grocery store. We all hunt because we can. It's legal. It's our right. You are wrong to imply there is anything wrong with owning a grocery store and owning a rifle and hunting. There is no problem with that, even if I hate my neighbor and wishes they would just disappear off the face of the earth. (I actually DO hate my neighbor and wish they would disappear off the face of the earth.) What's the point of your analogy? It seems like you are justifying Iran's position in your supermarket analogy. Even hunters who own supermarkets and hate their neighbors are allowed to own rifles and to legally hunt. Just like net energy exporters who own energy sources and hate their neighbors are allowed to own nuclear power plants and produce fuel to run their plants legally under the NPT agreements.

    from the article: Iran: We have 3,000 centrifuges working at enrichment plant
    First published 00:00 07.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.11.07
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