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  2. Gypsygirl11

    For your RV dreams....

    This will be one of the best days of my life!
  3. But in the end we, the American taxpayers, will still be paying for it....Reeks of one of those "if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" broken promises....It makes all those throngs of DJT supporters screaming MEXICO, whenever he asks them who's gonna pay, look pretty silly. As always just my opinion. GO RV, then BV
  4. If it ever reaches that... You will here me screaming yahoo no matter where you live... I will walk into my bosses office tell him I have something to show him on his computer. I will call up Johnny Paycheck hit play and walk out the door singing his most favorite hit!!! B/A
  5. Politician Souroun: The decision of the Federal Court was obtained by partisan influence 16:14 - 21/06/2018 Information / Special ... Al-Sadr alliance, which has the support of the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, the impact of the "party" Morse on the Federal Court on the decision to count and hand count of the results of the parliamentary elections. "A number of political parties have exercised their influence on the Federal Court to resort to the process of manual counting and counting of the results of the parliamentary elections for all the centers of the country," said a member of the coalition, Jawad al-Moussawi said, "There are fears of changing the election results and manipulating them Through the counting and manual counting of a number of political parties participating in the electoral competition. " He added that "the results of the truth and the process of counting the manual count will increase the seats of parliamentary," noting that "Sosron will announce its position on the decision of the Federal Court this afternoon." The Federal Supreme Court decided on Thursday to respond to the appeals submitted on the Third Amendment Law to the law of the elections of the House of Representatives, while ruled unconstitutional cancellation of the elections abroad and the special vote. End 25 T http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/06/21/319732/
  6. This kid is heading for a bad life of crime...hopefully someone gets ahold of him before it's too late. My guess is that this kid lives in a single Mom home, unless his Dad exhibits similar behavior for him to follow. Indy
  7. Truly... someone needs to go thigh deep in his 4th point of contact!!!
  8. I, too, enjoy listening to Breitling and believe he is adaptable in his thinking as the situation changes. He has said that with the release of the CBI from sanctions, the RV should happen sooner and at a greater amount. I, too, heard him say he thought it would be a "hard RV". As i remember, the CBI wanted to get the dinar to $1.134. I am hoping for at least that. However, if the RV does not affect Iraqi citizens (even exchange), and the CBI wants to bring in dinar, why would they RV that high when they know most of the investors would cash in at a lower amount? I am certainly no lopper and believe we will do great on this investment. Just thinking outloud today.
  9. md11fr8dawg

    SINGLEPOINT INC

    Why did you ask Rmc10? You own any SING?
  10. Good point BA, there are many ways to solve this problem and my take would be to explore all of them and use a combination to stop illegal immigration, but unfortunately neither party seems to want to do this. The Repubs want the money from companies that employ that cheap labor and the Dems want the votes from the welfare they give them, so nothing gets done, as we watch our tax money being flushed down the drain along with our country.
  11. That kid needs to dine on a large bar of ivory soap to help clean out that mouth. I can imagine who runs the ship at his home.
  12. 💐Devaluing & lifting foreign exchange control😘👉support privatisation So it should mean in other words revalue the currency. Devalue could mean delete three zero been executed. From 1190 to 3.20usd hehe☺️😘 Overall we have another economists article on the same page & interests. All for one & one for RV💰😎 Go new monetary policy Go delete three zero Go IMF Article VIII currency
  13. DinarDavo

    Currency window and return scarcity

    That's a big 10-4 chris..........I have owned 3 (F-150s) work trucks..............time for a FUN TRUCK !!!
  14. CSM (R) Thackrey

    Where's the money going to come from???/

    For real!!!!
  15. FIRST IRAQ-FLAGGED OIL TANKER IN THREE DECADES LEFT BASRA FOR USA SHAFAQNA – Iraq has Exported First Crude Oil Cargo through Iraq-flagged tanker for the first time in three decades. Iraq, which has been ravaged by a series of wars since the 1980s, is the oil cartel OPEC’s second-biggest producer with 153 billion barrels of proven crude reserves. “The Baghdad left Basra on Friday night headed for the United States. It is the first time since 1991 that Iraq is running its own oil tankers”, oil ministry spokesman, Assem Jihad, said. Basra, in southern Iraq, is an oil-rich province. In May, Iraq exported 3.5 million barrels of oil per day (bpd), according to the oil ministry. Iraq’s maximum production capacity is about 5 million bpd, although the government’s plan is to increase this capacity to 6.5 million bpd by 2022, according to Energy Voice’s website. Under late dictator Saddam Hussein, Iraq went to war with Iran between 1980 and 1988 and invaded Kuwait in 1990, before being expelled by a US-led coalition. Since an American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the country has been blighted by long periods of chaos, culminating in a three-year battle against Islamic State group militant , Middle East Eye reported. The Iraq War was a war for oil, and it was a war with winners: Big Oil. Before the 2003 invasion, Iraq’s domestic oil industry was fully nationalized and closed to Western oil companies. A decade of war later, it is largely privatized and utterly dominated by foreign firms. From ExxonMobil and Chevron to BP and Shell, the West’s largest oil companies have set up shop in Iraq. So have a slew of American oil service companies, including Halliburton, the Texas-based firm **** Cheney ran before becoming George W. Bush’s running mate in 2000. Oil was not the only goal of the Iraq War, but it was certainly the central one, as top U.S. military and political figures have attested to in the years following the invasion. “Of course it’s about oil; we can’t really deny that,” said Gen. John Abizaid, former head of U.S. Central Command and Military Operations in Iraq, in 2007. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan agreed, writing in his memoir, “I am saddened that it is politically inconvenient to acknowledge what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil.” Then-Sen. and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the same in 2007: “People say we’re not fighting for oil. Of course we are.” While the U.S. has also maintained a fairly consistent level of Iraq oil imports since the invasion, the benefits are not finding their way through Iraq’s economy or society. These outcomes were by design, the result of a decade of U.S. government and oil company pressure. In 1998, Kenneth Derr, then CEO of Chevron, said, “Iraq possesses huge reserves of oil and gas-reserves I’d love Chevron to have access to.” Today it does, CNN reported. Infrastructure in Iraq, which depends on oil for 99 percent of revenue, was devastated, so authorities are looking to boost oil and gas output. According to Energy Today, Iraq has formed a joint venture with a shipping company owned by Arab states to transfer, store and trade crude and oil products. The country has leased four tankers and is expected to obtain three more at a later date. Iraq is looking to have its own fleet after decades without its own vessels, planning to invest in the creation of world-class strategic infrastructure for oil and gas, shipping logistics and trading operations. https://en.shafaqna.com/first-iraq-flagged-oil-tanker-in-three-decades-leaves-basra-for-usa/
  16. Oh my!!! Some things are worth going to jail for -- yelp, I would have slapped the **** out of the brat!!! Problem or no problem!!
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  18. True but them knuckleheads will still drag this on and on.
  19. That’s Not A Pipe In His Mouth - It Looks Like A WalkingStick !
  20. I hope somewhere in that gibberish it says that we will rv at the end of the month
  21. Why not punish the companies hiring them??? I know here in the southeast the carpet mills are filled with illegals. So are the landscaping companies... I saw yesterday an Ohio meat processing plant was raided with 146 of them... Where are the fines??? Most of us don't break the speeding laws because we don't want to pay the tickets... B/A
  22. thanks for the news. if mr. haider abadi do what he suppose to do, he will win a land slide winning. now, they have to recount back the ballots.....wasting iraqi time to move on... he cannot blame anyone but himself with this result. if al sard win, its hard to see any progress in iqd. i'm not said that he is not capable but can he not make same mistakes like abadi n maliki? time will tell.
  23. Cut all the foreign aid going to the countries that are trying to flood our country will illegals. Cut all social benefits to illegals. Use that money for the wall. Bam Done deal.
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