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Old February 28th, 2016, 12:35 PM   #91
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This entire thread is dishonest from the initial post.
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Old February 28th, 2016, 12:36 PM   #92
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Your twisting yourself into a pretzel......This whole agreement is based on the wish that Iran can be trusted.....I don't trust the ayatollahs....They lie almost as bad Hillary
They prove their dishonesty by avoiding the truth about the Ayatollahs.
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Old February 28th, 2016, 12:42 PM   #93
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And what are those "prejudices" oh wise one??
Anything Obama does is bad.
Concise RNG, I was going to say that you've explained your Iran prejudices in every post in this thread.

Who's baiting you??....I'm asking you, who you were referring to in that post....If your sniping at me then I'll let you have it....I just don't want to go off half-cocked
You!

See? You were going for real bait. I resisted. I'm still resisting, so you're moving ahead anyway.

OK, here's something:

Please learn to use the quote feature.
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Old February 28th, 2016, 12:48 PM   #94
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Answer my question and I'll answer yours.

When is the Ayatollah up for reelection?
If you had read the link that has caused four pages of 20 posts, you would know that the elected Assembly of Experts in fact appoints the Ayatollah. He isn't elected.

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The 88-member assembly appoints Iran's Supreme Leader and might end up choosing a successor to Ayatollah Khamenei, who is 76 and has suffered ill-health.
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I've challenged your "facts" with the article from Pamela Gellar. You haven't made one challenge to the article.
For the last time, op-eds are not facts.
Especially Pamela's.

Yes, it's getting close to the last time to have the same discussion for the 500th time. Every newbie to DTT thinks they have a truth that's never been discussed here.

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You!

See? You were going for real bait. I resisted. I'm still resisting, so you're moving ahead anyway.

OK, here's something:

Please learn to use the quote feature.
highlites mine....Since when is clarifying a post baiting??....I thought you were referring to me....that's why I didn't jump on it earlier... See, I proved a point....I don't even have to say something and RNG, and then you, assume you two know my prejudices.... and then you want to stick your sanctimonious noses up in the air and act like you are so open minded......hot flash.....You two are the ones who have the prejudices...not me..!!
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If you had read the link that has caused four pages of 20 posts, you would know that the elected Assembly of Experts in fact appoints the Ayatollah. He isn't elected.
The assembly has never been known to challenge any of the Supreme Leader's decisions.
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highlites mine....Since when is clarifying a post baiting??....I thought you were referring to me....that's why I didn't jump on it earlier... See, I proved a point....I don't even have to say something and RNG, and then you, assume you two know my prejudices.... and then you want to stick your sanctimonious noses up in the air and act like you are so open minded......hot flash.....You two are the ones who have the prejudices...not me..!!
I don't assume shit, pal, but I know this: Your shit stinks just like mine. You post your prejudices. No guesswork needed. Yeah I post my prejudices too.

Iow, I'm an ass, and you're an ass. Now that we have that out of the way is there anything else you'd like to add?
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According to Iran's Constitution, the Supreme Leader is responsible for the delineation and supervision of "the general policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran," which means that he sets the tone and direction of Iran's domestic and foreign policies.
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The Supreme Leader also is commander-in-chief of the armed forces and controls the Islamic Republic's intelligence and security operations; he alone can declare war or peace.
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