The difference is we may be talking about national security not supermarkets.<br>Dubai Ports World, would also control the movement of military equipment on behalf of the U.S. Army through Beaumont and Corpus Christi. Almost 40 percent of the Army cargo deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom flows through these two ports.<br>Two of the Sept. 11 hijackers came from the United Arab Emirates, of which Dubai is a part, and that al Qaeda has received funding via UAE banks.<br>Dubai Ports World has ties to the White House. One connection is John Snow, Treasury Secretary, and the other is David Sanborn, Head of U.S. Maritime Administration.<br>There are too many questions. Congress has got to take a closer look at this and get some clarification.<br><br><br>
Oh, I agree it's a PR nightmare, and some of that needs to come home to roost on Mr. Bush's usual supporters in the pro-Bush media, who've gone out of their way to demonize them, Muslims of all sorts, as the second coming of Satan. It's kinda funny now watching those same folks saying that this is OK.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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On the other hand, <br>I don't hold all that much stock in the fact that <br>2 of the 9/11 hijackers came from Dubai...<br><br>it's pretty much demonizing an entire country <br>based on the actions of what a couple of <br>brainwashed individuals had done.<br><br>I certainly resent how we, as a people, are viewed<br>by people that I talk to from other countries, <br>based upon the actions of our Commander In Thief. <br><br>
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