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BREAKING: Ecuador's president to Obama.: Don't threaten us on Snowden case. Balls developing....
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 41052716:MV8yMjc2NzIyXzM4NzE2NTEzXzQ2RTBGMDQw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 4428411:MV8yMjc2NzIyXzM4NzE2NDM2XzU3RTBDN0E=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 41052716:MV8yMjc2NzIyXzM4NzE2MzM2XzMxMUFGRg==] Why all Americans assume that the world is looking at Obama??? The world is looking at all american citizens, Obama is not the first president to be an mercenary. Bush, Bush Jr, Carter, Nixon, etc. all mercenaries. So the people of the world is not looking to a single person. Is looking an entire country. Because you are the ones that allways put a democrat or republican n the white house. They are the same sh... with different smell. But please, listen to me. Stop blameing your president, cause people is looking at american citizens who freely vote this goverment. Is like when you talk about russians or muzzies, you don't blame only one person, you blame the entire country or the entirereligion. Ive got a lot of american friends who travelled arround the world and they know that people think that way. Please start to be a little bit more introspective. Remind that ten years ago your same goverment tell the world that al quaeda were the bads. We belive in you, we accept your police state in all the world cause they told us that this way will be safer. Now this goverment is telling to us that al quaeda are the good ones.... Please.... Nobody will belive anymore in yours words or in your currancy. Cheers and sorry for my rusty english [/quote] Don't cry for me, Argentina! :shitstream::verysad: You do realize that the people who are elected aren't necessarily the people who are voted in? Our votes don't count toward anything. Not only that, but we have a massive amount of votes that are bought and paid for by "racism" propaganda and freebie handouts! So please shut up the next time you wish to denigrate the citizens of America who have long voted against these idiots who keep returning to power, despite us using our constitutionally endowed right to vote them out. Voting does not mean CRAP in this country anymore. [/quote] First, the joke of "don't cry for me Argentina" is old and gay. Gay people only went to watch the Maddona's musical. So if you come here and start to say that phrase, people will think that you are a gay lover. But don't worry we are a gay friendly country! First country in latin america with gay marriadge! I realize that people elected don't represent all the people. But what im saying is that when someone talk about Argentina for example, they thought that our president represent all of us. And they label us because how our president think. The same think happens outside the US. You can't see what im saying cause you live in UK... I been in UK three times last five years. And let me tell you that your TV is the same that the American TV. So I understand why you feel this way. Im not denigrate the american people. They were free to vote who they want to. Maybe you are denigrate them telling that they don't have the fault of having sush a shitty goverment. Cause they are educated and they all listen to their plans and allthougt they have what they did in the last elections. I have a question for you: How much money I have to pay you to be my own shill? Ive got Yuans backed up by gold. ;) [/quote]
Defiant authorities in Ecuador say they won't bow to U.S. pressure as they weigh former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's request for asylum.
Ecuador's president and other top officials said Thursday that they're turning down the trade benefits the United States gives them as part of the Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act.
"It is outrageous to try to delegitimize a state for receiving a petition of asylum," Correa said.
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