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G8 Italy Summit: Friday (VIDEO)(SLIDESHOW)

Commented Jul 9, 2009 at 01:16:26 in World

“YES air conditioning is only for the developed world. Why do the developing world need air conditioners.....its so absurd......I like the thinking of the west......privilages of earth is only for the west the east should not get this. Hoorah fight west fight.....for what is only rightfully ours.”
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G8 Italy Summit: Friday (VIDEO)(SLIDESHOW)

Commented Jul 9, 2009 at 00:57:30 in World

“Do you know what was the objection that India and China made......ummm it is so easy isn't it to see through the eyes and ways of the developed world and say....hey we are the developed world and you do as we say or you are on the wrong side.”
Fox News Identifies Mark Sanford As A Democrat

Fox News Identifies Mark Sanford As A Democrat

Commented Jun 25, 2009 at 03:54:08 in Media

“I do not understand why DNC does not sue FAUX NEWS in court and claim for BILLIONS of dollars for willingly tarnishing the image of a political party. If it happens once it can be ignored as a lapse but repeated lapses and that also when a republican has some sticky sleeze looks like some hidden agenda of the FAUX NEWS.”

MichaelMcKLA on Jun 25, 2009 at 06:05:12

“It doesn't appear to be all that hidden to me.”
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Corruption

Commented May 13, 2009 at 09:12:50 in World

“Shashi, the first step in curbing the corruption in India is to remove the power of Police Department to collect fines. The police should not be entitled to collect any fine what so ever in nature. The biggest corrupt group in our country is the Police Department. If you are elected just try if possible to address this issue. I think you will face unbeleivalbe opposition. But the first step should start with the Police Department, and then the others.”