Skip to comments.U.S. Aid to Pakistan Continues as Debate Over bin Laden Complicity Rages
Posted on 05/07/2011 9:34:08 AM PDT by Steve Peacock
Impassioned debate about whether the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a true U.S. ally or is complicit in hiding the now-deceased terrorist Osama bin Laden continues on Capitol Hill and, according to a review of contracting records, the delivery of military and other aid to that nation continues relatively unimpeded in the meantime.
The types of aid flowing to Pakistan range from airport equipment in support of U.S.-provided F-16 fighter bombers to the funding of research into the causes of stuttering among the Pakistani people.
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My problem is....Did we kill our biggest asset??
Send all the Pakis packing.
“to the funding of research into the causes of stuttering among the Pakistani people.”
Inbreeding perhaps? Send me the funding!
If the Republicans had any interest in breaking the cycle of “business as usual” a bill to kill all aid to Pakistan would be introduced.
There is no debate, only ignorance from people that have a complete like of understanding of this country and freight affairs. We are not the rulers of the world people.
May 1, 2011 ... A $7.5 billion aid package, intended to bolster Pakistan’s government and win friends for the United States, is foundering on fears of ...
Time to stop the nonsense of giving our hard earned dollars away to our enemies.
We don’t have the money to waste on a duplicitous, dishonorable nation that is not our friend.
You are so correct. At some point aid becomes blackmail.
I think goats are somehow involved in that. B-a-a-a-a-a-a-d goats.
Darn, beat me to it. Centuries of Muslim inbreeding will do that (the really bad results/cases are kept out of view, of course). I still want a 50% cut of that aid check, though!
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