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My thought, exactly. Check

NMy thought, exactly. Check out his 18 years of voting records! This guy sits on the board of the Chevron Corporation, I find it really hard to believe his retoric on Iran.

One of the U.S. Embassy cables published by WikiLeaks concerns a conversation that took place on March 19, 2009, between the Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, and the U.S. chargé d'affaires. [145] One of the subjects discussed was the negotiation between the Iraqi Prime Minister and Chevron concerning a cross-border oilfield (Iran-Iraq), despite strict U.S. sanctions that state "US persons may not perform services, including financing services, or supply goods or technology that would benefit the Iranian oil industry." Chevron asserted that they had not engaged in any negotiations that would violate U.S. law. [146] This document was intended to have been kept secret until 2029.

I also do not trust any politician that is a member of the council of foreign relations. Oh and this guy profitted and helped push through those lovely black box voting machines... He served as a Chairman and was CEO of American Information Systems Inc. (AIS), later known as Election Systems & Software.