Comments:UN carries out first review of US human rights record

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Comments from feedback form - "Cuba, Iran and Venezuela lectu..."201:36, 20 March 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Cuba, Iran and Venezuela lectu..."

Cuba, Iran and Venezuela lecturing US on human rights! Amazing how ridiculous the world has become.

71.194.185.112 (talk)17:31, 19 March 2011

Think that's crazy? Wait till Republicans start using the Cuban/Iranian/Venezuelan criticisms (clearly idiotic political posturing that has nothing to do with human rights) as an excuse not to take any of the recommentations seriously.

139.18.198.30 (talk)18:31, 19 March 2011

They won't need to. There won't be any serious consideration of these suggestions. It wouldn't pass Congress, even before the Democrats lost the House. They just go against the national consensus on such things. 24.159.24.36 (talk) 01:36, 20 March 2011 (UTC)

24.159.24.36 (talk)01:36, 20 March 2011