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October 20, 2012, 08:58 PM

Originally Posted by BlackHatch View Post
For the most part...yes. Sanctions are not effective when the two most powerful countries in the world continue to trade with Iran.

Iran knows that the current administration will not do anything militarily and is stalling for time.

Strikes eerily familiar of Iran 1980.
Wholly different set of circumstances, BH.
At the moment this administration and whatever administration we have post November will have to take serious contemplation in the fact that we already have two wars whose unpaid debts we have run up on a credit card underwritten by China and the UAE, in addition to stepping foot in the Middle East for a fourth time in under 20 years, and all the Muslim anti-American it will accelerate beyond the nominal amounts we already have.

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