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Who's the Most Hawkish on Iran? Race to Kill Diplomacy Continues


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Who's the Most Hawkish on Iran? Race to Kill Diplomacy Continues

Sarah Lazare, staff writer

In the U.S. Senate competition to prove who is the most hawkish towards Iran, lawmakers just upped the ante.

In what analysts equated with throwing another torpedo at the diplomatic process, Senators Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Thursday pulled an unusual procedural maneuver in attempt to force a vote on a series of "poison pill" amendments to Sen. Bob Corker's (R-Tenn.) Iran bill currently on the Senate floor.


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When Cotton-mouth speaks, he speaks Adelson. Just say Adelson. When Walker speaks he speaks Koch. Just say Koch.


#3

I thought for a brief second the tiny photo was of a young Ron Wyden who has had a hard-on for regime chance in Iran since at least the 1990s. Where do these vicious people come from and why do they just keep on coming?


#4

Israel supports ISIS.
Saudi Arabia supports ISIS.
The USA supports Israel.
The USA supports Saudi Arabia.
The USA hates ISIS.
Iran hates ISIS.
The USA hates Iran.

Ummmmmmm?


#5

That is really good, but somehow you should factor in the billionaire war profiteers who make more profit from more war, since they seem to be a large part of the tail wagging the dog.
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