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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Mark Kornblau
American and European diplomats walked out of the room in protest Thursday as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suggested before the U.N. General Assembly that the U.S. government may have orchestrated the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in an effort to somehow bolster Israel.
"We have spent more time there than any of the other candidates and will continue to fight for every vote in Nevada," he said. "From time to time, we're going to move people around the map."
"Rather than representing the aspirations and goodwill of the Iranian people, Mr. Ahmadinejad has yet again chosen to spout vile conspiracy theories and anti-Semitic slurs that are as abhorrent and delusional as they are predictable," said Mark Kornblau, spokesman for the U.S. mission at the United Nations.