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Oct 12 2007

US House To Vote On Armenian Genocide Recognition

The US House of Representatives are going to be making a vote as to whether they should consider the “Event in 1915” as a genocide. The Armenian Genocide has been denied since then from the US government because they are trying to keep good relations with Turkey for their resources.

It will start in the house and then go to the senate and will most likely pass. As soon as it hits the President’s desk, it will be vetoed because the President is an idiot when it comes to forgien/domestic relationships. We will wait and see if they actually decide to do the right thing pass the bill.

For now we have to wait.

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