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I guess U.S. Rep. John Barrow and the president agree!

I understand that the video that upset Islamic people was bad, but what about the photos of a crucifix in urine to be displayed in New York?

President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spent $70,000 of our money to apologize to people in the Mideast! Radicals kill and drag our Libyan ambassador through the streets, and we tell them we are sorry? I’m not! I’m ready for the president and Barrow to stop apologizing!

A Barrow aide has told me to call Obama before. I guess they are on the same page.

Marion Shaw


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soapy_725 09/30/12 - 07:48 am
What can you say about representative government?

It is not working. Maybe it has never worked. Maybe most of the citizens for the last 200 years have been to busy working and paying taxes to notice what was happening in Washington DC. Think about it for just a moment. Allow logic, cause and effect to build your timetable of American History, instead of blind flag waving loyalty that allows innocent baby to be slaughtered and abominations to take place in our Christian Churches.

bubbasauce 09/30/12 - 09:34 am
Yes, it's time for Barrow to

Yes, it's time for Barrow to go!

wayne2410 09/30/12 - 09:48 am
It is not uncommon for

It is not uncommon for liberals to march in lockstep with one another, they are more concerned with their ideology than they are the welfare of the country.

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