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Should the U.S. sell Saudi Arabia $30 billion in jets?

Posted 3 years ago.

3 Comments

  • Kate - 3 years ago

    America is in the business of selling death and destruction. I would rather be without the jobs than profit from death. I do not like that our biggest claim to fame being that we are the largest purveyors and creators of WMD's in the world. I believe in karma. I believe the wanton suffering we sell and give to others will be our undoing.

  • clerestory - 3 years ago

    I am sure the Bush's want to sell military jets to the Saudi's . After all it was Saudi's that attacked us on 9/11 and Bush gave them a pass . Grandfather Bush dealt with the NAZI'S ,Daddy Bush sold weapons to the Iranian's . The first family of helping our enemies all for a buck .

  • reality - 3 years ago

    Remember when President Bill Clinton couldn't kill Osama bin Laden, a Saudi, because a big military cargo jet some rich Saudis had bought from us, was parked right next to Osama's tent?
    How much of Boeing's profit is dependent on Military contracts? Why are they "entitled" to be forever dependent on taxpayers? We have been paying them to try and make an Osprey (plane/helicopter) hybrid, since President Carter tried to rescue our hostages in Iran. Then there was Republican Majority leader Hastert's scheme to lease commercial airliners from Boeing, and have Boeing convert them to refueling tankers, which would cost us more than outright buying new tankers. Is that deal still in Congress somewhere? At the very least, Saudi women should be allowed to drive, and where are all the TeaPartyRepublicans against Shari law?

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