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What is moral about demanding even more needless sacrifice of American lives merely to save face with the mistake of invading and occupying Iraq? Doesn’t it seem awfully strange that the Iraqi government we support is an ally of the Iranians who are our declared enemies? Are we not now supporting the Iranians by propping up their allies in Iraq? If Maliki is our ally, and he has diplomatic relations with Ahmadinejad, why can’t we? … Why should we not expect many of the 80,000 Sunnis we have recently armed to someday turn their weapons against us, since they, as well as the Mahdi Army, detest any and all foreign occupation? … Since no one can define winning the war, just who do we expect to surrender?”
  —Ron Paul
 David Petraeus and Ryan Crocker House Committee on Foreign Relations Hearing, April 9, 2008

Berlin Wall Memorial Opened By Angela Merkel To Commemorate Germany’s Cold War Past

BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel has non-stop a permanent muster on Germany’s Cold War past during what was once one of East Berlin’s busiest limit crossings.

The muster is housed in a easy 1960s building where pass and etiquette checks were carried out during Berlin’s Friedrichstrasse station. It was popularly famous as a “Traenenpalast,” or “Palace of Tears.”

Merkel grew adult in comrade East Germany though had western relatives. News group dapd reported that she removed Wednesday a atmosphere of danger during a border.

Merkel said: “I was here really mostly with my kin and we saw my grandmother off year after year.”

The muster includes equipment such as photos and a apartment used for limit checks. It aims to illustrate bland practice during a border.

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