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Fri., 12:02pm: Little support in Ohio delegation on military action

September 6, 2013

Most members of Ohio's congressional delegation are balking at President Barack Obama's call for U.S. military action in Syria. A survey by The Associated Press finds that both U.....

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NewtonFallsHowland

Sep-07-13 10:00 AM

Yeah, they probably already have it spent, like Clark Griswold in Christmas Vacation.

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NewtonFallsHowland

Sep-07-13 7:39 AM

There's an estimated $49 trillion for the taking here. And since EVERYTHING is about money, this could be a trend all around the world.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 6:21 PM

Poland, the country, just confiscated half of all private pensions to cut sovreign debt.

Remember the Dodd-Frank bill? Yep, yep....thats coming here. That bill makes it possible.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 5:49 PM

Thru executive orders, all obammy has to do is state that syria is a direct threat to th# national security of America and our intrests and he can bomb away without congress.Its illegal as all get out, executive orders do not override the constitution, but 9 out of 10 americans have no clue....so its bombs we are going to get.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 5:43 PM

Resistance...i agree with your comments.

New gas attack being reported in damascus.

Obammy has announced a he will address the Amwrican people Tuesday night, the tenth. I expect fireworks of some kind on the 11th...aka...9-11.

Keep aware my friend!

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Rezistanceisfutile

Sep-06-13 4:17 PM

From marketoracle.uk, Prince Bandar has finally revealed to the public what exactly is the underlying transnational energy agenda being played by the US, its allies in Europe, and Saudi Arabia and Qatar – a gas pipeline running from the Persian Gulf, right through Syria, to the Mediterranean. This would constitute a direct supply to Europe which will give the supplier a long-term interest in Europe’s economic and political affairs.

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Rezistanceisfutile

Sep-06-13 4:14 PM

According to Reuters, the Saudis appear to have offered $15 billion in weapons contracts during the July 31 meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and influential intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan. Russia rebuffed the offer because the Saudi’s deal was dependent upon Moscow dropping its arms contracts with the Assad government in Syria.Bush family business partner and terror financier, Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia appears to have put all of his high cards on the table – and the world can now see the agenda of the US and Saudi-led effort to destroy the country of Syria.

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Rezistanceisfutile

Sep-06-13 4:12 PM

UFT, the saudis and Qataris want a pipeline from the gulf through Syria. Russia told the Saudis to pund salt because the Saudis offered russia a lucrative arms deal to stop backing assad and promised that the new leadership would protect russias interests there. Russia's pipeline is in stage 2 and they will be able to supply natural gas to all of europe. Qatar wants a piece of that but they need a pipeline but Assad won't allow it, so ASSAD has to go lol. google it, it took me a while to find. we already cleared out Iraq for the pipeline!

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 3:42 PM

Who did john kerry say was financing this new war? Other arab states...aka...saudia arabia. What is the saudis biggest export? Oil

Are u understanding yet? After 13 years of this nonsense...can u see whats happening?

If saudi arabia is hiring our military to blow up syria, doesnt rhat make it sound like are nilitary is for hire?...aka, mercenaries

Our troops are being used.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 3:31 PM

Why is your news not telling ypu this stuff?

Rupert Murdoch is also a major shareholder in,what company? ...thats right, Genie Energy.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 3:27 PM

Who controls congress? AIPAC does? Who is one of only 2 institutions, beside obammy, that is cirrently lobbying for war in syria? AIPAC is. There are peace talks goimg on in Israel in which Isareal would have to surrender the Golan Heigjts to who.....syria, thats who? However Israel just granted a US company a license to explore for oil in the Golan Heights...Genie Energy. Who advises Genie Energy...dick cheney. Who is a major shareholder...jacob rothschild. Dick cheney and jacob rothschild now own the rights to a 153 square mile section of the golan heights that belongs to syria. Lol

War is coming.

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unitedfortruth

Sep-06-13 3:10 PM

Has anyone missed that last 13 years here??? We are going to bomb regardless. I mean, thats what we do now. That's what we are all about now. You thought it mattered that a democrat was in office? Uhhh.....no.

Obammy came as a man of peace (noble prize) and right now is the only world leader on a world stage pressing for war. Does that tell you something? Doesnt that make you see what we have turned into? Maybe you think since our"leaders" are making the decisipns we are somehow voided from the karmic consequences of them, even though they are making decsions on our behalf? Maybe you believe war brings peace like you believed more debt solves a problem of debt? Are you really this blind? This gullible?

It would be ironic if obammy started lobbing missles on Sept 11th....BWAHAHAHAHAH

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FamilyGuy

Sep-06-13 2:19 PM

Everyone: Call, write, or e-mail your senators and congressman THIS WEEKEND.

Don't just preach to the choir. Tell those who will vote yes or no how you feel and where your future support will be.

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FamilyGuy

Sep-06-13 2:16 PM

Although we are grateful that so many of the Ohio delegation are trying to hold out, we are realistic enough to fear that the threats, intimidation, bribes, and arm twisting have not yet begun.

We need to challenge each office holder that gets flipped to the dark side and hold them accountable.

A promised committee assignment isn't worth much if the weak ones aren't reelected to office.

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FamilyGuy

Sep-06-13 2:07 PM

Difference

Constantly using "the children" is proven progressive terminology to interject emotion in place of logic.

Go back and see how many times "the children" has been used in a multitude issues.

A code word.

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nortman

Sep-06-13 1:56 PM

Nearly 60% of Americans are opposed to taking any action in Syria. Those politicians who support it will need to answer to their constituents in their next election.

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Rezistanceisfutile

Sep-06-13 12:56 PM

haha thats funny, a liberal beating the war deum...WMD anyone? He didn't gas children, the militants obama is funding did the gassing dumb a s s! I love the hypocrite John Kerry calling our vietnam troops animals and war criminals but the militants in Syria beheading Christians deserve our support. These people make me sick.

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thediffrence

Sep-06-13 12:50 PM

Wusses. Also they do not care about humanity they care about their own selfish interests. Gassing chidren is just fine by these putz.

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nortman

Sep-06-13 12:22 PM

I can't believe that Tim Ryan would be against bombing Syria since he does everything in lockstep with the administration. I notice his stand on starting a war with Syria, Russia, Iran, etc was not mentioned in the article.

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