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gaflyboy
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gaflyboy 08/29/13 - 01:14 am
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Makes one wonder

President Obama tells the Taliban to just hang on until 2014. He discloses trade secrets of Navy Seal operations. Now he tells Assad to hunker down for 2-3 days.

Why is he concerned about Snowden? Oh! Could it be because Snowden told the American people about what’s being done to them?

Does he know who the enemy is? Perhaps I don’t, but it’s becoming clearer.

If Bradley (or is it Chelsea) Manning had just held off for a while, President Obama might have released that information as well. Would have been a great excuse to apologize.

lovingthesouth72
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lovingthesouth72 08/29/13 - 08:57 am
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scawy scawy ...

I have never felt safe in the hands of this president. He has no leadership and no moral backbone. God help up.

PhiloPublius
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PhiloPublius 08/29/13 - 09:11 am
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Who are we to cast stones?

I am not anti-war by any means. My only question is this: how can a president take action against a dictator for killing tens of thousands of innocent women and children one day, then stand in front of planned parenthood and support the killing of millions of our own children the next day? We deserve to have other nations threatening us for our own murderous acts. We are no better than the Assad regime.

Take care of your own house first Mr. Obama.

Darby
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Darby 08/29/13 - 10:45 am
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"I have never felt safe in the hands of this

president."

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Gee, I wonder why???

We placed an unaccomplished bumbler into the most powerful, most responsible office on the planet. And we do it simply because it's politically correct. Then we reelect him for the exact same reason. Affirmative action!

Since that day, he has given us one reason after another to regret our foolishness.

Even dumb animals can learn from their mistakes. Perhaps the American people can as well.

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PS - Still waiting for someone, anyone, to explain why this empty shell of a "leader" was given the Nobel Peace Prize for his "potential".

chascushman
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chascushman 08/29/13 - 01:39 pm
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"We placed an unaccomplished
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"We placed an unaccomplished bumbler into the most powerful, most responsible office on the planet." Darby, we have a community organizer in "the most powerful, most responsible office on the planet".

Darby
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Darby 08/29/13 - 05:43 pm
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chascushman - You sure hit the nail squarely with

that one.

For a well considered analysis of the man, consider this article written by Maureen Scott.

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/scott/130301

chascushman
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chascushman 08/29/13 - 07:39 pm
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Darby, Ms. Scott is correct.
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Darby, Ms. Scott is correct. But it is not surprising after all his mentor for at least 8 years was Franklin Marshall Davis. Davis was a racist, communist, child molester. Obama referred to him as "Frank' in his book.

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nocnoc 09/02/13 - 05:36 am
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Is this how Liberasl fight wars.

with 2 weeks notice?

Then again, with 2 weeks notice and a target location it will minimize innocence civilian deaths ☺.

But what will ASPCA or PETA say if a Camel is hit again like Pres. Clinton did in his Missile attack?

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