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Discussion in 'Politics' started by pinoybaptist, Mar 6, 2010.
Official: Armenian genocide resolution unlikely to get full House vote
And here's why:
I guess my question is why does th eUnited States have to say something on everything ?
Ancient history! Almost as old as the Cherokee Nation "Trail Of Tears."
Right or wrong.....
If we've ignored or denied it almost 100 years...............
What is another 100?
And why can't true historians be correct in the history books which may cover such topics without the interference or intervention of official statements at this late date? Aren't there more current issues pressing us?
CBS News, March 20, 2009
Oh come on now !
You know that everything that Obama says comes with an expiration date.
Besides - he was just working for the Armenian-American vote. :laugh:
>And why can't true historians be correct in the history books . . . .
Same reason each Christian denomination pushes a different theology.
The ONLY reason to write a new history is to push the author's slant on the topic. Lincoln's Revolution and Northern Aggression being a good example. <G>