Iraq blast blamed on Iran-backed militants

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    And who is usually at a pet market? Children and their parents. What a bunch of scumbags.
     
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    No NO, it is just freedom fighters fighting the oppression of all those shopping children and their families. Remind us again Liberals, how it is ok for Iran to have nuclear weapons.
     
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    if you overthrow the sunni baathist dictator of a land with a majority shiite population, it really ought not to surprise you that the Iraqi shiites look for help from their neighboring shiites.

    oops.
     
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    Which is neither here nor there when it comes to targetting noncombatants.
     
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    Was this happening in Iraq before your president invaded? No.

    These @sshole suicide bombers are bloothristy thugs. No doubt.

    And your president created this situation. First, by stupidly invading a nation he didn't have to, and second, by not blundering around and not securing the nation when bagdad fell.

    The blood is on Bush's hands too.
     
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    Meanwhile I will remind the board how you thought it was an acceptable exercise in freedom of speech to invite the leader of an enemy that kills American military personnel and Iraqi civilians, Ahmadinejad, to spew propaganda at Columbia University.
     
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    He did? Wow. My estimation of RGS just went up a couple of notches.
     
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    Kindly note that the bombing of a pet market has Absolutely NOTHING to do wth Nukes.
     
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    And it was!
     
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    My position was simple. I would not have invited him, but the University is in fact free to do just that. Condemning them for it destroys the very concept of freedom. Telling them they made a bad decision is fine though.
     

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