Well at least we got another good laugh out of it.<br>Hillary Clinton, a leading opponent of DP World's takeover of some US port operations, was this week forced to admit that she did not know her husband had advised Dubai leaders on how to handle the growing dispute.<br>But former President Bill Clinton's ties to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates should not have come as a surprise to his New York senator wife.<br><br>Mrs Clinton's own senatorial financial disclosure forms reveal that her husband earned $450,000 giving speeches in Dubai in 2002.<br><br>Officials from the UAE also donated between $500,000 and $1m to fund Mr Clinton's presidential library in Ark.<br><br>[color:purple] st911.org</font color=purple>
I know a lot of people think the deal sucked. I thought the deal was fine and dandy. Just another instance of this administration caving in when it feels pressure from its "base." And yes, I realize it was the company in Dubai that withdrew. As if <br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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The politicians caved-in, if you will, because the vast majority of the people were against the Ports deal and this is an election year.<br>As far as Congress was concerned, this wasn't even a contest.<br><br><br>
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