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Pakistan: U.S. drone strike kills al-Qaida commander

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  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    Dec. 11, 2012 1:10 p.m.

    When you think of Pakistan having nuclear weapons that could be used by various terrorist groups, it is good that the government has still cooperated with the United States of America. However, Pakistan also sees how we treat our ally, Israel, so there is a limited-trust factor present in Pakistan, if not in the government, the people can see and hear about our treatment of Israel.

    The Benghazi incident still has to be answered to the House of Representatives. The President is stalling that part due to his highly publicized "falling off the cliff" crisis that they have to take advantage of.