Time to Solve our National Challenges

From Welcome to Asmarino Independent. Sat Nov 10 2012, 02:18:40

The lopsided defeat of the Republican Party has also inflicted some ego bruising to the Eritrean government, its minuscule members of PFDJ in North America and the sorry excuse for an embassy in Washington DC. A semi -unofficial campaign was being orchestrated to vote against president Obama after he went public with his sanction against the Eritrean regime for "human trafficking".  As usual the followers of Isaias are full of themselves. They overestimate their significance and more sadly their imaginary leverage against the American government. What will be their excuse and agenda moving forward? More lecture about America's jealousy over the extraordinary economic development in Eritrea? Recommend to President Obama how to learn from the exemplary water and energy management strategy of their visionary leader? ...

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