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P.L. 111-195, The Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010 (8 comments ↓ | 15 wiki edits: view article ↓)

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H.R. 2194 would amend the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 to enhance United States diplomatic efforts with respect to Iran by expanding economic sanctions against Iran.

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Glennatty@aol.com

July 12, 2009, 9:57am (report abuse)

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Majid Mahallati

August 25, 2009, 8:31am (report abuse)

The passing of this bill shall only harm the population of Iran and shall fuel the authocratic government of Iran to be even more aggressive and oppressive. My recommendaton is to get the Iranian officals to the negotiatng table and show willingness of the West to have a dialugue. This Government is not capable of conducting a decent negotiaton and shall do its best to avoid that scenario. That way everyone , including the general public in Iran realize how deceitful and irratonal the incumbants are and that shall weaken the position of the government even amongst its own supporters compelling them to revisit theri policies. DO NOT provide them with the excuse of pretending to be the righteous nad down trotten one.

Concerned5770

September 21, 2009, 11:49am (report abuse)

The government in Iran has already shown that although they are willing to "negotiate" they are not in any way willing to slow their present course. They have made recent outright statements of confirming desire to eliminate Israel from the global map. Israel, America, and all other concerned countries should make every effort to constrain this goal. This is, at least, an effort in that direction.

Sam Bolivar

December 22, 2009, 5:48am (report abuse)

Washington politicians are mere whores for AIPAC and the military-industrial complex. We Americans should reduce or eliminate our payments towards U.S. federal income taxes (which are unconstitutional anyway, since they were not ratified in accordance with the US Constitution). I myself have stopped paying, for it is better to break a human law, than to violate one's conscience.

Remember the Nuremberg war trials? 'Just following orders' is no excuse - a human rights violator will still go to prison. And U.S. law makes it illegal to fund terrorists - yet 'Uncle Sam' and 'Israel' fit the definition precisely. The U.S. and the so-called nation state of 'Israel' (which lacks both established borders and a national constitution, thereby calling the legitimacy of its statehood into doubt) are rogue states. Please read "Addicted to War", by Joel Andreas and/or "Killing Hope", by William Blum.

For peace and justice,

StrivingForJustice@yahoo.com

Sam Bolivar

December 22, 2009, 5:51am (report abuse)

Also, please check out:

www.Antiwar.com

www.DissidentVoice.org

www.WhatReallyHappened.com

www.WRMEA.com

For peace and justice,

Sam Bolivar

StrivingForJustice@yahoo.com

Barry W. Shook

April 19, 2010, 11:35am (report abuse)

We need to get out of Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Greece and anywhere else where we can't make any difference. We've got bombs if we know where their hiding. Our "cat and mouse" fighting will only continue to kill thousands unless we change our tactics. Worried about the innocents? The terrorists aren't, and the're killing them right and left.

SWA

June 21, 2010, 8:09pm (report abuse)

Refined? The refineries in N.O. are national security and not part of an investigation. Why not import this?

Soapbox

June 21, 2010, 9:15pm (report abuse)

Nothing the U.S. does will have any effect on Iran. Evil cannot be negoiated away. The only option the U.S. has in regard to Iran is to threathen to nuke it with a timeframe for doing so, preferably prior to their having nuclear capabilities.

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