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Oct. 23, 2013

US quietly releases $1.6B to Pakistan in military, financial aid 19 Oct 2013 The Obama administration is quietly releasing more than $1.6 billion in frozen military and financial assistance to Pakistan, ahead of the prime minister's visit to the White House this week. The Associated Press reported on Saturday that Congress has given the green light to dispersing most of the money, which should start moving in early 2014. On Wednesday, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will meet with President Obama and Vice President Biden at the White House. Obama will try to convince Pakistani leaders to play a supportive role in neighboring Afghanistan once American troops begin to pull out of the country after 2014. [Instead of cutting food stamps, why not end the US Coalition of the Bribed? The US bribes Pakistan to 'turn the other way' while CIAciopaths carry out targeted killings with drones! We're going to stand by and watch Paul Ryan and Barack Obama slash 'entitlements' -- while we pay one country (Pakistan) to pretend to execute US foreign policy in *another* country (Afghanistan)? This is INSANE. Start reading.]