Iran Commander Behind Killing of U.S. Troops Reportedly Linked to ...

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A key player in the Iran-backed plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S. was a senior military commander linked to the slaughter of U.S. troops in Iraq , The Washington Post reported Saturday. Full Story

Since: Jul 08

Statesville, NC

#2 Oct 15, 2011
Ok, so can we send some guys to pay him a visit in the middle of the night? Or can we drop a JDAM on his house?
tanisha

Tampa, FL

#3 Oct 15, 2011
I bet it won't be that simple.
They are prepping us now so that when we go to a full blown war nobody will be surprised.

Just think, we will have the whole world hating us then instead of only parts of it.

Our gov't is a joke. Owned by banksters whose only purpose in life is to get richer off the backs of the U.S. people.
And our gov't doesn't care or want to change.
Bill

Pflugerville, TX

#4 Oct 15, 2011
More lies from our criminal government. I'm hoping that the "Occupy" movements gain a very powerful antiwar component -- and soon! We need to shut down this beast!
This country is a joke

Covington, VA

#5 Oct 15, 2011
This war monger country is a joke.The war mongers in washington are trying so hard to build support for starting another illegal war with Iran.Countries of the world need to unite against this colonist agenda of the west and it would stop.
Bill

Pflugerville, TX

#6 Oct 15, 2011
This country is a joke wrote:
This war monger country is a joke.The war mongers in washington are trying so hard to build support for starting another illegal war with Iran.Countries of the world need to unite against this colonist agenda of the west and it would stop.
Agreed... And the American people need to wise up and unite against our criminal leaders as well.
Rico

Guatemala City, Guatemala

#7 Oct 15, 2011
The U.S. is sooo predictable, our military has got to 'Just say No', our kids that volunteered to defend the nation & constitution from all enemies within and without must adhere to their oath, we must stop this madness...
tanisha

Tampa, FL

#8 Oct 15, 2011
Well said Rico, But our military is controlled by our gov't. And our gov't is controlled by banksters who make money off our miitary involvements worldwide.
Look at Viet Nam. Who won that? The military-industrial complex was the winner. Certainly Not the U.S. & not the country of Viet Nam.

France lost Viet Nam & then the U.S. took over only to lose.
Russia lost Afghanistan & the U.S. took over only to be losers again.

Doesn't it seem logical that our gov't should have learned the lessons of Viet Nam?
If our gov't was controlled by "We the people" then we would not be involved a war in Afghanistan or Iraq or Libya and soon to be Iran. And we wouldn't have been in Viet Nam either.
Rico wrote:
The U.S. is sooo predictable, our military has got to 'Just say No', our kids that volunteered to defend the nation & constitution from all enemies within and without must adhere to their oath, we must stop this madness...

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