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H.Con.Res.362 Expressing the sense of Congress regarding the threat posed to international peace, stability in the Middle East, and the vital national security interes..., 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: May 22, 2008 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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  • 3% of users support H.Con.Res.362

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    • On June 23, 2008, by firbolg - This resolution in effect calls for a unilateral blockade of Iran - which is an act of war. How can so many Democrats have signed on for this? Are they incapable of learning from mistakes? Pelosi and Reid are a disaster - proof positive that the Peter Principle is alive an well in Congress.

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      As noted by firbolg, a user on OpenCongress.org, on June 23, 2008, "This resolution in effect calls for a unilateral blockade of Iran - which is an act of war. How can so many Democrats have signed on for this? Are they incapable of learning from mistakes? Pelosi and Reid are a disaster - proof positive that the Peter Principle is alive an well in Congress."
    • On June 24, 2008, by JonKnight - The National Intelligence Estimate reported in December 2007 that it was highly likely that Iran stopped any program to develop nuclear weapons in the summer of 2003. All the Bushies know this. Congress knows this. Search for it on Google, (NIE DEC 2007). It's only a few pages which can be read and easily understood in less than 10 minutes. The Iranians know that an Iranian nuke is a BAD thing, and they don't really want it. They do, however, want nuclear power. And the non-proliferation treaty gives them that right. Actually, that treaty, which both Iran and the US approved, REQUIRES the US to HELP Iran develop the ability to independently generate all the nuclear power they want. Just another one of America's crimes... We need new leaders, folks.

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      As noted by JonKnight, a user on OpenCongress.org, on June 24, 2008, "The National Intelligence Estimate reported in December 2007 that it was highly likely that Iran stopped any program to develop nuclear weapons in the summer of 2003. All the Bushies know this. Congress knows this. Search for it on Google, (NIE DEC 2007). It's only a few pages which can be read and easily understood in less than 10 minutes. The Iranians know that an Iranian nuke is a BAD thing, and they don't really want it. They do, however, want nuclear power. And the non-proliferation treaty gives them that right. Actually, that treaty, which both Iran and the US approved, REQUIRES the US to HELP Iran develop the ability to independently generate all the nuclear power they want. Just another one of America's crimes... We need new leaders, folks. "
    • On July 09, 2008, by donnyshaw - My local free weekly, the Valley Advocate, reported this week that Rep. Barney Frank has changed his mind and is withdrawing his support of this bill. He is an official co-spnosor, and is no doubt changing his mind because of the public's vocal opposition to the bill. Always good to see a Congressmen engaged at this level. http://www.valleyadvocate.com/article.cfm?aid=7937

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      As noted by donnyshaw, a user on OpenCongress.org, on July 09, 2008, "My local free weekly, the Valley Advocate, reported this week that Rep. Barney Frank has changed his mind and is withdrawing his support of this bill. He is an official co-spnosor, and is no doubt changing his mind because of the public's vocal opposition to the bill. Always good to see a Congressmen engaged at this level. http://www.valleyadvocate.com/article.cfm?aid=7937 "

    Highly Rated Blog Articles

    • Inside Story — Israeli Settlements | Sell Settlement - January 03, 2009 by Sell Settlement - Two major lobbies managed to defeat H. Con Res.362, the antichrist AIPAC’s efforts to set the stage that would trigger a war with Iran. National Iranian American Council niacouncil[.]org. Friend’s Committee on National Legislation fcnl[ ...

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      As noted by Sell Settlement on January 03, 2009, "Two major lobbies managed to defeat H. Con Res.362, the antichrist AIPAC’s efforts to set the stage that would trigger a war with Iran. National Iranian American Council niacouncil[.]org. Friend’s Committee on National Legislation fcnl[ ..." (http://www.sell-settlement.org/settlement-court/inside-story-israeli-settlements)
    • we saw that...: new york city mayor mickey bloomberg jets off to ... - January 03, 2009 by we saw that... - congressman gary ackerman another zionist israel firster criminal jew is the sponsor of aipac's h. con. res. 362 known as the iran war resolution (which was cosponsored by louisiana congressmen: rodney alexander (r), don cazayoux (d), ...

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      As noted by we saw that... on January 03, 2009, "congressman gary ackerman another zionist israel firster criminal jew is the sponsor of aipac's h. con. res. 362 known as the iran war resolution (which was cosponsored by louisiana congressmen: rodney alexander (r), don cazayoux (d), ..." (http://www.wesawthat.blogspot.com/2009/01/new-york-city-mayor-mickey-bloomberg.html)
    • International News (I.N. Daily) » Ron Paul: No Such Thing as an ... - December 30, 2008 by International News (IN Daily) - country (based on H. Con. Res. 362 previously sought by US congressmen)? Paul: I think it is an outrage I think it is a blockade. It is the use of force to stop the inflow of petroleum products and people and ...

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      As noted by International News (IN Daily) on December 30, 2008, "country (based on H. Con. Res. 362 previously sought by US congressmen)? Paul: I think it is an outrage I think it is a blockade. It is the use of force to stop the inflow of petroleum products and people and ..." (http://indaily.net/?p=7530)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • In Reversal, Democrats Shelve Iran Resolution - October 10, 2008 by MyAntiWar.org - ...policy on Iran is put together that effectively meets the Iranian challenge."     In a broad sense, the rejection of H.Con.Res.362 paves the way for a new outlook on Iran, according to Fine. He points to the National Intelligence Estimate report rel

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      As noted by MyAntiWar.org on October 10, 2008, "...policy on Iran is put together that effectively meets the Iranian challenge."     In a broad sense, the rejection of H.Con.Res.362 paves the way for a new outlook on Iran, according to Fine. He points to the National Intelligence Estimate report rel" (http://www.campaigniran.org/casmii/index.php?q=node/6523)
    • Resolution 362: A Grave Mistake to Avert - July 24, 2008 by Antiwar.com, CA - The confrontational measures prescribed in resolution H.Con.Res.362 would only seriously interfere with this promising new round of negotiations. ...

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      As noted by Antiwar.com, CA on July 24, 2008, "The confrontational measures prescribed in resolution H.Con.Res.362 would only seriously interfere with this promising new round of negotiations. ..." (http://www.antiwar.com/orig/nasri.php?articleid=13199)
    • Anti-War Movement Successfully Pushes Back Against Military ... - July 23, 2008 by CASMII, DC - Here's the story: On May 22, a bill was introduced into Congress that effectively called for a blockade of Iran, H. Con. Res. 362. ...

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      As noted by CASMII, DC on July 23, 2008, "Here's the story: On May 22, a bill was introduced into Congress that effectively called for a blockade of Iran, H. Con. Res. 362. ..." (http://www.campaigniran.org/casmii/index.php?q=node/5767)
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